CRIP work, including development of bus bays, is likely to be delayed

The felling of avenue trees near RR Lamp, Vellayambalam, and near treasury buildings at Statue to ensure free flow of traffic, visibility of traffic signals, and construction of bus bays on corridors developed under the City Road Improvement Project (CRIP) has run into rough weather with a high-power committee turning down the request.

Safety concerns have been raised over the dumping of garbage close to the eastern boundary wall of the Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, and the City Corporation's move to deposit waste in

Decks have been cleared for mobilising resources from the World Bank (WB) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the development of 367 kms of roads under the second phase of the Kerala State Transpo

The State government has given its approval for a Responsible Tourism classification system chalked out by Kerala Tourism on the lines of the Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria of the UN and based