All Delhi localities to soon get public-transport facilities within 500m
Under this, a study will be undertaken to check possible route-rationalization and last mile connectivity within 500mts of one's locality.
By July end, Delhiites will also be able to travel in DTC buses using Delhi Metro smart cards, Gahlot added.
Delhi's nooks and corners to be connected soon
2L people from remote areas of Delhi to be interviewed
Speaking at the launch, Gahlot said a high-level steering committee comprising DTC, DMRC and DIMTS officials, under his chairmanship, will be formed.
The panel will conduct a study for nine months, interviewing 2L people to come to a conclusion about the transport accessibility plan.
Along with DTC buses, the study will focus on Delhi Metro, metro feeder services, Gramin Sewa, e-rickshaws etc.
To promote public transport, bus availability should be ensured: Minister
"There are demands for more DTC routes. We hope that we'll be able to provide transport services at a frequency of 15-20 minutes to every person," Gahlot said. "Unless commuters have a surety of bus availability, they will depend on private transport," he pointed out.
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