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Re: Delhi Metro breaks its own record, ridership touches a new high

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  • Dheeraj
    Yes, of course. 20 Lakhs was supposed to be the average ridership at the end of phase I. And we haven t seen that even as a peak traffic, even though we are at
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      Yes, of course. 20 Lakhs was supposed to be the average
      ridership at the end of phase I. And we haven't seen that
      even as a peak traffic, even though we are at the end of
      phase II.

      But why recall those cooked up numbers, whose only
      utility was to fool finance guys into approving the
      project.

      -dheeraj


      --- In delhimetro@yahoogroups.com, Akhilesh Singh <toakhilesh@...> wrote:
      >
      > 17 Lakh! Does anyone remember the figures given by the initial study about
      > Delhi Metro ridership?
      >
      > ...
      >
      > http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/delhi/Metro-breaks-its-own-record-ri
      > dership-touches-a-new-high/articleshow/9116269.cms
      >
      > The popularity of the�Delhi Metro�is touching new heights. Within a month of
      > registering the highest ever ridership, the�Delhi�Metro recorded a
      > highest�ridership�yet again - over 17 lakh people travelled on the metro on
      > Monday.�
      >
      > Regards,
      > Akhilesh Singh
      >
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