Rejects Claim That It Serves Large Number Of Bus Users

Report To HC Backs Mixed Traffic Lanes.

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

BJP MP Chandan Mitra on Tuesday blasted the Delhi government for ignoring a high court order to put on hold the implementation of the 5.8-km BRT corridor in south Delhi, which was “causing enormous

New Delhi: A week after the Delhi high court ordered the city government to carry out a fresh study on the effectiveness of the bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, Central Road Research Institute has

Following a Delhi High Court order, Delhi government has decided to carry out a fresh study on the BRT corridor’s utility. The study will be carried out by Central Roads Research Institute (CRRI).

NEW DELHI: Private vehicles may soon be allowed to run on the dedicated bus lanes of the BRT on a temporary basis.

New Delhi: For the Delhi government, it seems, the traffic volume in the city has remained static in the past four years.

DIMTS Ready To Replicate Flawed Experiment Even As Govt Refuses To Allow People’s Participation In Decision-Making.

JAIPUR: Putting to rest the possibilities of constructing the elevated road from Pani- Pech to Collectorate Circle under Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) project, phase II, the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has sent a revised proposal of Rs 590 crore to the Centre for the approval.

After the elevated road proposed by the state government from Collectorate Circle to Government hostel was shelved after facing strong criticism that it might cause damage to the heritage building along the route, the decision was even taken to drop the plan of constructing elevated under BRTS to send the revised plan without including elevated road was taken by the JDA.