MonitorsPublished on May 02, 2016
Energy News Monitor | Volume XII; Issue 46

April 2016: The Audacity of trying to Appear Even

By Lydia Powell, Akhilesh Sati and Ashish Gupta

The scheme of rationing the use of personal mobility in Delhi on the basis of the number on the licence plates of petrol or diesel driven personal vehicles is supposedly back on popular demand and so it also attracted the wrath of the political parties that did not think of this first. The policy may not have a significant impact on the negative externalities of motorised mobility such as pollution and congestion but it is not a pointless exercise.

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