A series of mistakes doomed Delhi's "Bus Rapid Transit" corridor before it ever got rolling.
Buses ply on the road as commuters are stuck in a traffic jam at the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor in New Delhi, on April 27, 2008. (AFP/Getty Images)
After a new report debunked its claims that the hopelessly flawed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor has speeded up bus travel and reduced accidents in the city, the Delhi government has pleaded that the project cannot be scrapped lest its failure affect other transit systems planned around the country.
Absurd? That's the sort of logic that the BRT has been following since it was first suggested. Read more
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