Two instalments of car-rationing scheme received mixed response from Delhiites, Metro gained popularity as an alternative mode of transport
The Delhi government may move the Supreme Court seeking waiver of the environment compensation charge (ECC) on commercial vehicles entering the Capital in view of the cash crunch being faced by dri
The Delhi government has begun a pilot project for controlled burning at east Delhi’s Ghazipur landfill, which will be followed by the implementation of similar steps at Bhalswa and Okhla, as part
Despite stern reminder from NGT, AAP govt. says it will take action in ‘due course of time’
Women, VIPs and two-wheelers will continue to remain exempted from the restrictions
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday announced the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government’s decision to seek public opinion before implementing the next instalment of the odd-even scheme.
Traffic volume during morning peak hours also decreased
The Aam Aadmi Party government’s recently-concluded odd-even policy will be back in March, Transport Minister Gopal Rai has said.
The Delhi government, it emerged at a meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday, ‘did not have a stance’ on regulating thousands of heavy commercial vehicles, which have be
Water-logging, poor road design and potholes remain, as usual, a roadblock for smooth traffic flow in Delhi this monsoon, just like any other.
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