Govt may go to apex court over BRT
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A day after Central Road Research Institute came out with its report on the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand BRT stretch, recommending regular traffic movement over BRT, senior officials said the Delhi government preferred to keep the reserved lane for buses.
If the Delhi High Court, in its decision on Wednesday, takes a call against the BRT, the government might look at the option of going to the Supreme Court, an official said. The CRRI study was conducted on High Court orders
The Transport department said the report did not suggest scrapping of BRT. The Transport Minister's Office said the government will make its stand clear in court on Wednesday. But sources said the government is planning to take the matter further, if the High Court's order goes against it.
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