Taxi Riders Experience Carcism On The Sea Link
If you’ve taken a cab across the Bandra-Worli Sea Link over the last couple of weeks, you, like us, have probably been ticked off by the toll keeper’s refusal to sell you the Rs82 daily return pass. If you travel to and fro via the Sea Link every day, you’re forced to shell out Rs11o for two single passes. Blame it on the new electronic toll collection system that was installed earlier this month. The new system allows people travelling in private cars to buy the discounted passes because they return in the same vehicles. Because commuters rarely take the same taxi back, they can only buy one-way passes. It’s another thoughtless rule from our state government, which has always been partial to private transport.
No return pass on sea link riles taxi commuters [The Times of India]Tags: Bandra Worli Sealink, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Sealink, Transport