Refusing to grant any relief to a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus driver for rash and negligent driving in BRT corridor, a court here said that drivers should be cautious in places where pedestrian movement is high.
Delhi traffic — Commuters were in for a harrowing time on Monday as Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led protesters blocked the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor outside the Greater Kailash Jal Board office causing massive jams in areas of South Delhi.
The city government was Monday asked by the Delhi High Court to respond to a plea for review of its judgement which had dismissed the petition for scrapping the bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor in South Delhi.
Notwithstanding the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) criticising the BRT corridor in South Delhi, Delhi Government Tuesday resolved not to scrap it and hinted that it would undertake more such projects.
In a major relief to motorists on BRT corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand, the Delhi High Court Thursday asked the city government to allow all vehicles to use the lane reserved for buses till its final order.