A solar-powered bus described by its Ugandan makers as the first in Africa has been driven in public.

PWD Minister Satyendar Jain, along with civic engineers, will visit Malaysia to study its bus corridors

The Delhi government's move to allow only alternate use of cars with odd and even registration numbers from 1 January 2016 is a step in the right direction. However, even as such command and control measures will be difficult to sustain, the gains made from these measures will only wane over time. Long-term measures with strong economic incentives to ensure favourable outcomes are imperative for better quality of air and environment. This involves strengthening public transportation systems.

NEW DELHI: After following the odd-even vehicle rule like most Delhiites by resorting to car pooling with his brother judge A K Sikri, Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Tuesday told the Arvind K

A plea seeking stay of the state government notification directing to public schools of national capital to provide their buses for running as public transport from January 1 to 15 when the number

The Delhi government has decided to reduce the number of extra buses to be deployed during the odd-even traffic trial to 3,000, down from 6,000 proposed earlier, because of the exemption given to t

A brand new solar powered bus, which looks just like an ordinary public bus to the naked eye, officially hit the road of Lhasa, the capital city of the Tibet autonomous region in November.

The Delhi government is no longer looking to purchase new buses for DTC.

In a bid to tackle “immense shortage” of buses in the city, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is likely to run buses under the cluster scheme on the lines of Delhi Integrated Multi-Model Transi

17 standard low-floor buses and seven mini-buses have been deployed

The Puducherry Road Transport Corporation (PRTC) has inducted 24 standard and mini-buses into its fleet.

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