Delhi faces odd traffic after an even end

New Delhi: It was the first day of 2016 and the capital was ready for a change: to abide by a simple rule of running even numbered cars on even days, and odd numbered on odd days. 15-days of the trial period didn’t see significant drop in pollution-levels, however, earned the trust of at least 90% Delhiites, who acknowledged reduction in traffic.


Delhi chief minister, yesterday, announced the end of odd-even campaign, and urged people to continue it voluntarily. Congratulating Delhiites for the overwhelming support, Kejriwal hinted that the his government would be rolling out the next-phase in an improved manner.