Will introduce BRT corridors in an improved form in future: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi government Wednesday announced that it will introduce the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) model in an improved form in the national capital.

Delhi Govt decides to scrap BRT corridor system in South Delhi
Delhi Govt decides to scrap BRT corridor system in South Delhi

Bowing to public pressure, the Aam Aadmi Party government on Tuesday decided to scrap the controversial Bus Rapid Transit corridor in South Delhi built by the previous Sheila Dikshit dispensation for around Rs 150 crore to encourage public transport.

From Bogota with love: Karachi gets advice from Colombia

As mayor of Bogota, Enrique Penalosa transformed Colombia`s crime-ridden, traffic-clogged capital and now he is helping Pakistan`s sprawling metropolis Karachi as it seeks to shed its violent, chaotic image.

1,000 km of new BRT would save 27,000 lives in India: World Bank

World Bank president Jim Young Kim has said India can save more than 27,000 lives and create over 128,000 jobs if it builds 1,000 kilometres of new bus rapid transit lanes in the next 20 years.

BRT is the answer to Delhi`s traffic woes: Expert

Delhi`s much-criticised Bus Rapid Transit, which all its political parties agree should be scrapped, can solve its traffic woes and reduce road accidents, if extended all over the city, Dinesh Mohan said.

Delhi govt opposes plea against BRT, says it is as per Master Plan

The Delhi government has opposed in the Delhi High Court a fresh PIL for scrapping 5.7-km-long bus rapid transit corridor.

Govt starts work on 14 new BRT corridors

Notwithstanding opposition to the existing bus rapid transport stretch, Delhi government decided to start ground work on construction of 14 new BRT corridors.

HC reserves verdict on plea for scrapping BRT

The slow moving traffic on BRT stretch created problems for car users and others, who do not opt for the buses and they cannot be punished.

Delhi govt allowed time to analyse CRRI report on BRT

The city government was on Wednesday granted time till July 23 by the Delhi High Court to "analyse" the Central Road Research Institute`s (CRRI) report, which has criticized the Bus Rapid Transit corridor here.