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RT @worldstreets: PRT? http://worldstreets.wordpress.com/2011/04/27/prt-proposal-for-delhi-convinces-chief-minister-but-does-it-convince-you-see-poll-result
|PRT for Delhi? Yes, No, I don't know|
|1||Excellent idea. Do it now||Very positive|
|2||Looks promising. Let's give it serious study|
|3||Hard to say at this point. Need more info before making a decision.||Neutral|
|4||You have to know the specifics of Delhi to have an informed view on this technology solution.||Neutral|
|5||Looks rather weak. Probably not a priority at this point.|
|6||Probably not for the Global South, but maybe a winner for other parts of the world?|
|7||A bad idea for Delhi and most certainly a bad idea for any other city in the world||Negative|
|8||Too uncertain, too expensive, too slow, too unproven and too marginal to make the needed contribution.||Negative, with assurances of years of looking into the matter, take my word for it|
|9||Quite an old fashioned idea really. Looked bad if naively tempting in 1970, but after years of endless discussion looks simply stupid today||Nose up, nostrils flared|
|10||This is a truly shameful, bizarre, irresponsible idea flaunted by interested parties and should be consigned to the trash heap of irresponsible proposals immediately.||Flame on!|
1. Do you support John Smith for Mayor?
2. Would you be more or less likely to support John Smith if you knew he had shot a man in Reno just to watch him die?
In this poll about #PRT in Delhi http://is.gd/GV6WsW pollster has helpfully provided 2 positive options, 4 neutral & 4 very neg options
#PRT poll; skewed http://bit.ly/jZeQm6
The Testing Series:
@Avidor "shameful"=11.8% http://is.gd/GV6WsW ___ #WahWaaahhh http://bit.ly/cX3zWu
@Avidor "shameful" now =10.8% http://is.gd/GV6WsW ___ #WahWaaahhh http://bit.ly/cX3zWu
they would 1. grant PRT companies rights-of-way concessions without indemnifying themselves against lawsuits, and 2. grant the rights-of-ways willy-nilly, hither and thither, rather than along specific routes so as to complement, and not compete with, existing transit infrastructure. Ken Avidor continues to be the Anti-PRT Boobdoggle.
*** ^ So if you read anything, elsewhere, implying/claiming I only voted for the positive options, that's what is called wrong