BRT Perception Survey | Centre for Science and 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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