New Delhi: A day after the court-mandated report by Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) recommended a non-BRT solution for the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand stretch, chief minister Sheila Dikshit sai

Notwithstanding the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) criticising the BRT corridor in south Delhi, the Delhi government on Tuesday resolved not to scrap it and hinted that it would undertake more such projects.

Delhi chief secretary P.K. Tripathi said government was determined to go ahead with the project as the BRT between Ambedkar Nagar and Delhi Gate has improved flow of bus transport.

Rejects Claim That It Serves Large Number Of Bus Users

Report To HC Backs Mixed Traffic Lanes.

It is not just the bearings of the elevated portion of the Airport Metro Express Line that are troubling the Delhi Metro, another study points to problems with tunnels, that have led to the buildin

Irrespective of drawing severe criticism from every quarter in the city due to its flawed design, the Delhi Government has refused to budge from its avowed stance on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Cor

Will Include Suggestions By Several Government Agencies In Its Report

A week after the Delhi High Court directed the Delhi Government to open the BRT corridor for mixed use, the authorities are yet to comply with its order.

Let it be reopened, says High Court.

The Delhi high court on Thursday directed the city government’s transport department to retain, till its final order, the arrangement that allowed plying of all vehicles in the lane reserved for buses on the BRT corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand Hospital in south Delhi.

The division bench of Acting Chief Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw asked the government to allow all vehicles to ply on the lane reserved for buses on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor till it passes an order on a PIL that sought opening of the corridor to all vehicles for smooth traffic movement.