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CSE welcomes Delhi High Court Judgment on Delhi BRT

  • Visionary judgment from the Delhi High Court upholds the principle of sustainable mobility

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BRT - Missed the bus for cars

-- Anumita Roychowdhury, Right To Clean Air Campaign

Who are we taking for a ride?

How can any organization first lay bare a problem and then lambast and contradict the solution needed to solve the problem? An oxymoron!

Tenth CSE Media Fellowships: JNNURM and Indian cities: misguided mission or reform blueprint? 11 Fellows selected

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) was launched in December 2005 to improve the quality of life in Indian cities. The seven year scheme had a whopping Rs 100,000 crore in its kitty to develop infrastructure and services – water supply, sanitation and sewerage, urban transport and integrated slum development – in 63 cities. The idea was to provide incentives to state governments and city administrations to carry out urban reforms.

Tenth CSE Media Fellowships: JNNURM and Indian cities: misguided mission or reform blueprint?

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) was launched in December 2005 to improve the quality of life in Indian cities. The seven year scheme had a whopping Rs 100,000 crore in its kitty to develop infrastructure and services – water supply, sanitation and sewerage, urban transport and integrated slum development – in 63 cities. The idea was to provide incentives to state governments and city administrations to carry out urban reforms.

Tenth CSE Media Fellowships: JNNURM and Indian cities: misguided mission or reform blueprint?

March - May, 2010

This fellowship was supported by Jamsetji Tata Trust

The seven year scheme had a whopping Rs 100,000 crore in its kitty to develop infrastructure and services – water supply, sanitation and sewerage, urban transport and integrated slum development – in 63 cities.

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Delhi Bus Corridor: an evaluation

Delhi Bus Corridor:  an evaluation

Dario Hidalgo, PhD, Madhav Pai, MS, EMBARQ,

The WRI Center for Sustainable Transport, Submitted to the Center of Science and the Environment

BRT Perception Survey

A joint perception survey (April-May 2008) of commuters travelling on the BRT corridor, done by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and the Delhi-based student groups Delhi Greens and the Indian Youth Climate Network, has found overwhelming support for the BRT system. Majority of commuters want BRT corridors in other parts of the city for better connectivity. Surprise finding: contrary to general perceptions, a large majority of car and two-wheeler drivers surveyed have supported the BRT. Read more…

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