The ‘odd and the even’ – the other benefits!
So today the 5th of January, I got to work in my odd numbered car, and it took me 10-15′ or so less than usual. I have the privilege of working part time and flexi-time. So the ‘odd-even’ formula has not had me scrambling for solutions to commuting problems.
For those unfamiliar with the term that has become part of the our lexicon of late – Delhi recently achieved the distinction of the ‘most polluted city in the world’ and the State Government took a decision to implement a policy of ‘on the roads, only cars with odd no. plates on odd days and even on even days’ for the period of 1st to 15th January. They did this around 10th of December and in the 20 days to the New Year, build up was interesting (hmmm!!) and showed up the petty side of many players. While the print media…
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Posted on January 6, 2016, in Politics & Citizenship, Urban Planning & Policy and tagged Delhi, odd-even scheme, policy, transport. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I was reading this on my trip to delhi…. Cudnt have been better captured !!