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Hi every one!Views: 147
May 23, 2005 11:37 am re: re: re: Hi every one!

Cogito, ergo sum
I second Unny's opinion...in Chennai the roads will breathe better if we can stop the suto-rickshaws from the city centre...for that..

1.First identify and demarcate the city from the suburbs....like in Mumbai,autos are not allowed only till Bandra and Sion (correct me if i'm wrong...i have not been there for the past 2 years)

2.We can sort of subsidise the taxi rates (call taxis/hire taxis can be treated at par with autos inside the city) or have a fare system a la mumbai and for the autos and taxis as well.

3.After my stay in Mumbai, I've been harping to my friends that why can't we bring in a card system like there for the autos and taxis here...this would ensure complete trasparency and decency of operation.....

Swallow this...the minimum fare for a journey of 3 kms in Mumbai is Rs10.(2003 data)..it is Rs.7 in my home town Trivandrum(Kerala..till now)...and in Singara Chennai it is RS 25 BUCKS(and rising!!)....and what do they use in Mumbai and Trivandrum to run their autos..water? coconut oil,..or their own sweat???..they use the same petrol as Chennai uses...and the most annoying fact is that petrol is cheaper in Chennai when compared to Mumbai..

3.But to bring this into account we need the blessings of many gods...we have to wipe out the police-auto nexus...which every kid in Chennai knows...and we need a execution machinery which is squeaky clean...from corruption and nepotism...

Your comments are invited..

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