Mass transit is a victim of its own terms of reference

Mass transit is a victim of its own terms of reference - The Nation, March 3, 2006
...Ever since it was conceptualised, the project has drawn criticism, first for an over-ambitious 300-kilometre system and then over financing terms. On top of that the map was redrawn several times. The straw that broke the camel's back, however, seemed to be the proposal to trade Thai chicken, rice and shrimp for the heavy machinery and other investment.
Yet the biggest braking factor was conceivably the complicated nature of the terms of reference...
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