The Delhi High Court on Thursday will hear a plea against the Delhi Government for its refusal to CRRI’s request to allow mixed vehicle use on the BRT corridor till submission of the final report.

Questions Raised On Surveys Too

Putting a serious question mark on Delhi government’s sincerity in resolving the issue of BRT mess, Delhi Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely was conspicuously absent in the meeting of Delhi C

New Delhi: The Delhi high court has left it to Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) to decide if it wants to continue allowing private vehicles to ply on the bus lane of the BRT corridor till the

Acting CJ points to interim trial report which says traffic moved freely once dedicated lanes were done away with.

All vehicles will once again be allowed to ply on the lanes reserved for buses on the city’s BRT corridor after the Delhi high court’s directive to the government on Wednesday calling for opening the stretch to all vehicles for smooth flow of traffic.

The court asked the city government to continue with this arrangement made by the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) during the experimental trial run of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand from May 12 to May 23 till it gives a final order on the issue

From Wednesday traffic snarls will be back to trouble lakhs of commuters on the BRT corridor with Delhi Government deciding to revert back to the dedicated lane system.

Changes in traffic flow at Chirag Dilli, Siri Fort intersections

The flow of traffic between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand along the Capital's much talked about Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor will revert to the original lane system from Wednesday. The Delhi Integrated Multi-modal Transit System Limited (DIMTS), which operates the corridor, said on Tuesday that following the end of the trial runs by Central Road Research Institute on the instructions of the Delhi High Court, the corridor was handed back to it on Saturday.

New Delhi: The BRT corridor is back with the Delhi integrated multi-modal transit system.

For lakhs of commuters jostling for space on the narrow lanes of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor, the six days’ respite allowing mixed vehicles has been extended till May 21.