The exponential growth in the number of automobiles on Delhi's roads has led to massive parking problems everywhere: within residential colonies, at market places, and outside offices complexes.
Parking space and parking management systems have not kept pace with the growing vehicle population. But the first, rather belated changes, are now happening within the capital.
The first step that the city authorities took to deal with the huge growth in traffic was to turn the roads at most crowded destinations into one-way, no-stop traffic zones.
The hapless public today has no option but to park a long distance away and trudge back on foot.