He said: That's the government's headache. Don't blame Ratan Tata. Applaud him for now.
She said: But even if the government wanted to do anything now, it will always be behind time.
He's right, of course. I'm only looking for Utopia. I still worry about the state of traffic, but I think what Shashank wanted to say is actually succinctly expressed by CK Prahlad in his article in the Sunday Times on January 13:
"I think this is the wrong starting point for debate. We should ask ourself: What if we devoted the same energy and ingenuity to solving the problems of discipline in traffic management? In energy efficiency? These problems may lead us to breakthrough innovations. But I am glad that the debate has started. That is a good sign. This innovation is serious.
But now, let us celebrate."
More representations of Shashank's views also expressed in this article in the same paper.
So yeah, Nano: Inspiration!