The number of chartered buses in the area has also come down drastically, another local resident said.
"While chartered buses were very regular on this route in the mornings and evenings, they have all but disappeared now. We hardly see even one these days," said Kavita Mathur, a resident of Munirka DDA flats.
The bus stop itself has become a sort of memorial.
While it was earlier plastered with posters supporting the victim and demanding justice, it is now covered with post-it notes with messages in the same vein.
A radio channel has bought the advertising space which has a plain black background. A representative is distributing post-it notes to the people waiting for buses at the stop to write messages on and stick on to the advertisement boards.
Messages such as 'Hang the accused', 'We want justice', 'We will not forget' are numerous.