The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand got the Delhi High Court backing on Thursday, when a bench of Justices Pradeep Nandrajog and Manmohan Singh dismissed a pet

‘Implementation of project can’t be called irrational’

The Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition by a non-government organisation seeking a direction to open up the dedicated 5.6. km BRT corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand crossing in South Delhi to other motorised vehicles along with buses, saying that it would not interfere with the policy matter aimed at promoting public transport as it was neither illegal nor arbitrary and unconstitutional.

Delhi BRT corridor Experts say the controversy over the bus corridor reflects class divisions in the Indian society

GUWAHATI, Oct 10 – The Assam Public Works Roads Department (PWRD) today launched a ‘Green Roads Mission’ for the State in association with Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi, and Bitchem As

Court Criticizes Govt Policy During Hearing On BRT Plea.

Cars use more space, crowd the road and move far fewer people. Our educated road planners must count people, not vehicles

I write this stuck in traffic. Nothing unusual. But my location makes me realise, once again, how our highway route to progress is going nowhere. The road I am using is newly commissioned and expensive. It is the 28-km Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, which was built just a few years ago to take care of the explosion of traffic between the two cities. It is access-controlled, with a 32-lane toll plaza, and was to provide easy access and a fun ride. The concessionaire – built as it is under the famous public-private partnership model – took all steps to keep it prized for cars. “Slow-moving” traffic like motorcycles, bicycles and even three-wheelers were banned on it.

Other Vehicles Barred From Dedicated Lane, Signalling To Change For Simultaneous Right Turn

Arrangement to kick off temporarily from Saturday until disposal of a plea

Altering an earlier order, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday temporarily restored the BRT corridor in South Delhi exclusively for plying of buses.
In an interim order, a Division Bench of the Court comprising Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice Manmohan Singh said restoration of the corridor would continue till disposal of a petition by a non-government organisation seeking opening up the corridor to traffic other than buses and the Delhi Government plea to retain the corridor in the interest of common good.

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Monday asked the Delhi government to respond by Tuesday if the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand bus rapid transit corridor could be continued with some changes.

Refusing to scrap the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor, the Delhi High Court on Monday said it was a positive policy measure that needed a few changes to improve its functioning.