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BTW, I think the article indicates the opposite of what people are taking away. Despite the complaints of drivers, the local govt did NOT agree to allow cars in the BRT. It took a COURT case. I do not know Indian law, nor does the NYT explain the legal issues. But this is not precedent regarding political pressures. I am not aware of any legal precedent in the USA for denying local govts the right to maintain BRT's.

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