Category Archives: Sheila Dikshit

New Delhi Subway Better Than Yours

The subway system in New Delhi, India is the envy of the world, reports the NY Times. The system is called the Delhi Metro–not to be confused with the Metro Deli out in Brooklyn–and is freakishly on-time and clean, a … Continue reading

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India Institutes Ladies-Only Trains

I have boundless interest in commuting in India, where an ungodly number of people jam into trains, commuters hang from the outside of trains, lots and lots of people die just trying to get to work, and the chief minister … Continue reading

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I Thought My Commute Sucked, Volume IX

A few months after the Wall Street Journal’s shocking look at the state of train commuting around Mumbai, Saturday’s Times offered a peek at the equally harrowing game of bus commuting in New Delhi. The story’s about a crackdown on … Continue reading

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