The draft Automotive Mission Plan (AMP) for 2016-2026 prepared by the heavy industries ministry and the automobile industry has raised serious questions on some policy decisions relating to vehicul

ट्रैफिक पुलिस और ट्रांसपोर्ट विभाग की तमाम कोशिशों के बावजूद दिल्ली में ई रिक्शे किसी के काबू में नहीं आ पा रहे हैं। ट्रांसपोर्ट विभाग ने ई रिक्शा बनाने वाली कंपनियों को अधिकृत एजेंसियों से अपनी गा

दिल्ली हाई कोर्ट ने दिल्ली सरकार से कहा है कि वह बैटरी से चलने वाले ई-रिक्शा के मामले में एक प्रॉपर पॉलिसी लेकर आएं। याचिकाकर्ता ने कहा है कि ई-रिक्शा बिना नंबर प्लेट और लाइसेंस के चल रहे हैं और इस

‘Make their registration mandatory, form concrete policy’

Pulling up the Transport Department of the Delhi Government and the three civic bodies for permitting battery-operated e-rickshaws to ply on the city roads without registration and number plates, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the Department to make their registration mandatory and come up with a concrete policy on their operation.

Motorcycles, Scooters to get costlier by . 1,500-10,000

The government is set to drive in stricter emission norms for two-wheelers which will make motorcyles and scooters less polluting but costlier by . 1,500-10,000. New emission norms for two wheelers to be sold in the country from 2015 have been finalised and will be notified shortly, a senior government official told ET. “We have carefully scrutinised the requirements for the Indian market.

The share is likely to drop to 30-35% from the current 55%

The share of diesel passenger vehicles is likely to drop to 30-35% of annual passenger vehicle sales in the next two years from the current 55%, says a recent report by ICRA.

A government-appointed panel investigating into General Motors’ violation of vehicle testing norms in India has suggested that the government approach an investigating agency if it wants a further

Company is expecting to begin production of Tavera BSIV variant by next summer after receiving approval

General Motors (GM) India today said it is closely working with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on the issue of violations of emission norms by its multi-purpose vehicle Chevrolet Tavera and said it has received approval for Tavera BSIII model and will soon begin production.

This study presents a review of available literature in the urban auto-rickshaw sector in India. It focuses on current state of the sector, summarize the key issues, and highlight the gaps in current literature.

Dismissing a bunch of petitions by auto-rickshaw owners, the Delhi High Court on Monday gave the green signal for installation of Global Positioning System (GPS) and printers in auto-rickshaws for tracking their movement and providing print-outs of fares for distances travelled to passengers to provide secure and transparent travel to them in the Capital.

A Division Bench of the Court comprising Justice A. K. Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw also justified the recovery of Rs.7, 500 from the auto-rickshaw operators for installation of the two equipment, saying that they would be able to collect it from passengers by levying 50 paise per km on them as allowed by the Government.