The government is planning to set up a green fund to convert diesel buses of state transport corporations into cost-efficient electric buses.

Delhi has over 82 lakh registered motor vehicles. Of them, only 40,947 are buses.

The National Green Tribunal today asked Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, which supply buses to Delhi Transport Corporation, why these vehicles caused noise pollution on roads and directed them to sub

Effective August 24, no vehicles will be allowed in the heart of Rwanda's capital Kigali, widely regarded as the cleanest city in Africa.

National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed Delhi Police to develop a traffic policy to decongest the capital.

The damage done to Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses on Wednesday at Janakpuri and Inderlok poves that how vulnerable the public transport in the capital is.

The number of buses in Delhi has decreased over the years. In the 1980s, there were 57 buses for every one lakh Delhiites. By 2007-08 the figure had fallen to 34, and today it stands at just 25.

India is currently considering establishing fuel efficiency regulation for new trucks and buses. This process formally started in July 2014 when the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas officially constituted a Steering Committee to guide the regulatory development process (Minstry of Petroleum & Natural Gas 2014).

The world’s fastest charging electric bus is now operating in the eastern Chinese port city of Ningbo.

The National Green Tribunal on Monday asked the Centre to respond on whether or not the pollution-under-control (PUC) testing system can be expanded to include various parameters such as PM2.5 (fin

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