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

Go-Ahead London has contracted BYD Company + Alexander Dennis Limited to provide 51 emissions-free, all-electric buses as part of a £19 million deal between the groups, according to a recent press

Hong Kong commuters can expect to ride more on electric buses from later this year.

Buses that neither belch pollution nor draw on coal power are starting to appear on city streets with the support of Silicon Valley and a company backed by Warren Buffett.

  1. CSE believes it is regrettable that the Delhi government has prioritised taking back the space from the transport of the masses to give it to the polluting cars and SUVs in a city where every third child has impaired lungs.

CSE condemns Delhi government decision of scrapping BRT without strategy for integrated public transport systems

CSE believes it is regrettable that the Delhi government has prioritised taking back the space from the transport of the masses to give it to the polluting cars and SUVs in a city where every third child has impaired lungs.

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