Swaraj Baggonkar / Mumbai November 4, 2009, 0:48 IST

Tata Motors, India's biggest auto company by revenue, has speeded bus production at its massive Dharwad facility, primarily to avoid any delay in honouring its commitment to supply low-floor buses to the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC).

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NEW DELHI: The public transport initiative in the Capital was reviewed at a meeting between the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution Control Authority panel head Bhure Lal and member Sunita Narain and Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely and senior officials here on Thursday.

Ashok Leyland gets orders for 3,200 vehicles.

The bus procurement scheme of States under the JNNURM was announced as a part of the fiscal stimulus package to provide impetus to the commercial vehicle producers.

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New Delhi, June 3 Tata Motors has bagged a lion

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NEW DELHI: If you have been wondering why the number of low-floor buses in the city do not seem to be increasing, here's why.

MUMBAI: By June 30, the Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) will augment its 3,900 strong fleet by 25%. This would mean not only less crowded buses but also introduction of newer routes and better connectivity.

New Delhi: The Delhi Government on Wednesday confirmed placing orders for 2,500 buses for the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) for the upcoming 2010 Games before a High Court bench.

As Delhi awaits the next consignment of 200 low-floor DTC buses, to be delivered by April this year, nearly 1,000 DTC bus drivers will be trained at the Driver Training Institute. The institute in Burari was set up in 2005 by Ashok Leyland in 2005 in collaboration with the Delhi government.

Recession is the inlikeliest of times to launch cars, especially luxury models with formidable price tags. But the czars of India