Today is the real test of the scheme to reduce pollution in the national capital
GN Bureau | January 4, 2016
Around 200 traffic challans were issued before noon as Delhi’s road space rationing scheme faced a big test on Monday, the first full working day after an extended weekend since the implementation of the odd-even campaign on January 1.
Today will be the first real test of the #OddEvenPlan so good luck Delhi. Lots of interest in what you do today.— Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) January 4, 2016
The 2nd real test for #OddEvenPlan to succeed will b when d school holidayseason ends.It's then when all Delhites r truly back using roads..— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) January 1, 2016
A total of 300 police teams comprising 200 traffic and 100 local cops will be deployed on the road. Since January 1, a total of 567 challans have been issued.
Never forget #OddEvenPlan isn't about how good the traffic is but about how good the air is. Light traffic but bad air means a failed plan— sushant sareen (@sushantsareen) January 4, 2016
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