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Citizens question transport department’s policy draft

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At a recent meet on sustainable transport, Bangaloreans and officials discussed the state transport department’s draft policy, a document not many are aware of.

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There is a cloud over the draft transport policy. While it has been put together by the state’s Transport Department, it has not been made public. It is all thanks to the ‘Mobilicity’ event that the policy seems to have come out into the open. CiSTUP received a hard copy of the report from the Transport department, which was then scanned and uploaded on the Internet. It is still unavailable in Kannada or to the general public in the form of hard copies. Neither does the Transport department’s website have the draft. comment guidelines

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