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  • Reducing congestion by carpooling
  • Reducing congestion by carpooling
    John and Melanie Kotsopoulos ©
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Reducing congestion by carpooling

With the level of congestion in Delhi doubling from 2002 to 2012, and vehicles crawling at 5 kmph during peak hours, the city has one of the worst traffic problems in India. Offering a smart solution, FolksVagn is a carpooling community of daily commuters in Delhi.

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