Amit Bhatt
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The writer is head of transport at WRI India - EMBARQ.

VARIETY

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Why Delhi's pollution is not just a 'Diwali' or 'winter' problem

The crisis can only be solved through continuous action, both with strict monitoring and control through enforcement.

POLITICS

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Why Indian roads are big time killers

India, with less than 2 per cent of global motor vehicle count, accounts for more than 10 per cent of global road traffic deaths.

POLITICS

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Uber, Ola show how crucial the transport sector is for business and growth

Estimates show India’s cab business may be worth $7 billion by 2020 and every player will try to get the majority share of this pie, if not all.

POLITICS

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Connaught Place will thrive without cars

It will make CP a more vibrant space and will break myths around negative impact of pedestrianisation on business.

POLITICS

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3 mistakes of ours that's causing Delhi's pollution crisis

The city needs to develop and execute an environment emergency plan.

MONEY

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Rs 850cr Metrino pod taxis project will fail, it's way too expensive for Delhi-Gurugram

Government should focus on getting good quality buses, rather than experimenting.

POLITICS

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Indian public transport system has a flat tyre

There are 42 STUs and STCs in the country and the data for 2015 reveals that excluding three, the rest 39 STUs are reporting losses.

POLITICS

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Why Indian cities like Gurugram are drowning during rains

While climate change is a complex subject, there are several issues that are crippling our cities when it comes to deluge.

POLITICS

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How to make PM's smart cities plan work

Its success will depend on timely implementation.

POLITICS

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AAP's idea of app-based bus service is what Delhi needs

Kejriwal government needs to be careful in terms of the roll out, because if not done right, it may well meet the fate of BRT.