MonitorsPublished on Apr 18, 2016
Energy News Monitor | Volume XII; Issue 44

Rationing personal mobility in Delhi: Will it constrain access?

The assumption behind policies that promote investment in motorised mobility is that all this investment will increase per person availability of motorised mobility and consequently increase per person consumption of transport. The unstated hope is that this would necessarily lead to access and opportunity and lead to overall growth. Is this a valid assumption?

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