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Category: Traffic :: BRT
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Jaipur may get high-speed modern buses 29.7.2006 New Kerala: Rajasthan
Jaipur: High-speed buses may soon ply on Jaipur roads providing better public transport to citizens as the Rajasthan government plans to introduce a Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS) here.
Block resource teachers disappointed 28.7.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`No' to their counselling demand Appointed during 2002 under `Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan', the cadre of these teachers was equated with that of BT teachers with the same salary scale.
Electric buses to hit Mysore roads 16.7.2006 Deccan Herald
Electric buses to hit Mysore roads
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Electric buses to hit Mysore roads 14.7.2006 Deccan Herald
Electric buses to hit Mysore roads
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Probe sought into Kollegal incident 7.7.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Eco activists take out protest march
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Tigress found dead in BRT Wildlife Sanctuary 25.6.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
CHAMARAJANAGAR: The death of a six-year-old pregnant tigress in the K. Gudi-Hondabalu forest area in Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary in the district has confirmed the presence of tigers in the sanctuary. The forest guard ...
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Indore awaits nod for Rs 868cr bus transit system 23.6.2006 Business Standard
Indore awaits nod for Rs 868cr bus transit system
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Pasumai Thayagam seeks more buses 6.6.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Wants a bus rapid transit system for the city
Presentation on BRTS today 30.5.2006 Hindustan Times
Presentation on BRTS today
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Presentation on BRTS today 30.5.2006 Hindustan Times
Presentation on BRTS today
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Latin American model for Bangalore???s traffic woes 26.5.2006 Deccan Herald
Latin American model for Bangalore???s traffic woes
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Ahmedabad turns to bus rapid transit 17.5.2006 India Together
While other cities in India are planning new Metro systems to address their transport woes, Ahmedabad has thrown its weight behind Bus Rapid Transit instead. And given the may advantages this enjoys over rail - cost, potential, flexibility - it may prove to be the wiser choice, writes Madhav Pai.
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Tata Motors, Brazil co form joint venture 6.5.2006 HBL: Corporate
To make buses for domestic, overseas markets
Metro plus rapid bus transit 5.5.2006 Deccan Herald
Metro plus rapid bus transit
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He freed a city, gave it life 5.4.2006 Deccan Herald
He freed a city, gave it life
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Take the bus? 4.4.2006 Business Standard
Take the bus?
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Is the Delhi Metro a costly mistake? 3.4.2006 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
With Delhi gearing up as a World City, here's a look at the solutions to the capital's chaotic public transport options.
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BRT system 1.4.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Because of the aggressive marketing by automobile makers and used car dealers, many belonging to the middle income group have graduated from the two-wheeler to the four-wheeler. Going by indications, many more will become proud owners of four-wheeler s in the coming days. But as our roads have not developed in proportion to the increase in the number of vehicles, accidents have become the order of the day. The shortage of parking space is also a big problem. How do we overcome these problems? Our readers respond:
Bus bays needed 1.4.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Because of the aggressive marketing by automobile makers and used car dealers, many belonging to the middle income group have graduated from the two-wheeler to the four-wheeler. Going by indications, many more will become proud owners of four-wheeler s in the coming days. But as our roads have not developed in proportion to the increase in the number of vehicles, accidents have become the order of the day. The shortage of parking space is also a big problem. How do we overcome these problems? Ou r readers respond:
Traffic policy 1.4.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Because of the aggressive marketing by automobile makers and used car dealers, many belonging to the middle income group have graduated from the two-wheeler to the four-wheeler. Going by indications, many more will become proud owners of four-wheeler s in the coming days. But as our roads have not developed in proportion to the increase in the number of vehicles, accidents have become the order of the day. The shortage of parking space is also a big problem. How do we overcome these problems? Our readers respond:
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