Day 3: Chaos in markets and public places. Case studies on how space crunch leads to over-charging, fake parking receipts.
Day 4: It is not just about space. The crisis is leading to all sorts of crime, including murder. HT will profile people who have been victims of ‘parking crimes’.
Day 5: How all innovations have failed. No one follows stilt parking rules; multi-level lots remain deserted, while on-street parking creates mayhem.
Day 6: We find solutions to parking woes in colonies. ExpertSpeak: Bhure Lal, chairman of a Supreme Court-appointed committee, says residents must be made to buy parking space.
Day 7: Way forward to deal with parking menace in markets. ExpertSpeak: Australia-based Paul Barter, a global transport expert, says Delhiites should pay 60 times the current parking rates.
Day 8: Use anti-theft gadgets, avoid parking at unauthorised lots. ExpertSpeak: US-based expert Christopher Kost spells out solutions to parking crime menace.
Day 9: Key lies in integration of lots. ExpertSpeak: Delhi-based expert Anumita Roychowdhury says an effective parking policy will also free up footpaths and ensure barrier-free walking and cycling.