Implementation of Odd-Even Scheme for Private Cars in Delhi A Pilot Study on Pollution Control

Code : QM0037

Case Length :9 pages

Year :
2015-2016

Countries : India

Industry :Environment

Region : -------------------

Organization : Delhi Government

Teaching Note: Not Available (6 Pages)

Structured Assignment : -------------------

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Abstract: This case study discusses the implementation of Odd-Even scheme for cars in Delhi, India on a pilot basis with the aim of controlling pollution. On December 4, 2015, the Delhi government led by chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, announced that the odd-even rule would be implemented from January 1, 2016, for private cars in Delhi, the capital city of India, as a pilot study for a period of 15 days. According to the announcement, private vehicles would be allowed across the city based on their registration numbers. For example, if a vehicle's registration number ended with an odd digit, it would be allowed on the roads on odd dates such as January 1, 2016, while an even number vehicle would be allowed on even dates...


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Pedagogical Objectives:

  • Illustrate the use of statistical analysis for taking decisions
  • Understanding the data provided and the type of tools and techniques to be applied
  • Conduct t- test and Anova.



    Keywords : Statistical analysis,Experiment,Statistical tools,t-test,Anova,Pollution control,Air pollution,Traffic management,Odd-Even Rule,Traffic congestion,Vehicular pollution,City planning,Enforcement,Pilot test

    Contents :
    INTRODUCTION
    BACKGROUND
    ODD-EVEN RULE IMPLEMENTED


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