I am on my way back from India, writing from the Singapore airport lounge. I think we missed to highlight my last Forbes column, Silencing India, which discusses the serious problem of noise pollution in India.
Have a look. Someone in the comments suggests banning cars altogether. Perhaps unrealistic, but reducing the number of cars on the streets of India’s metros is certainly a necessity. Smart cards, congestion taxes and new street designs are all tools that, if applied as part of a comprehensive traffic management solution, can improve the quality of life in Indian cities.
This segment is a part in the series : Forbes Column 2009