Almost coinciding with the complete phase-out of the Blueline buses, the introduction of Cluster-One low-floor buses would take place on the 32 routes of South Delhi from the end of January 2011, Delhi Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely said on Monday during a demonstration of these buses at Delhi Secretariat.

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New Delhi: For those living in the NCR area, there

Rest of the bus fleet to be phased out by this coming January
Another 389 buses to go off the roads by December end and the remaining 840 in January

NEW DELHI: The Delhi Government on Tuesday announced a new deadline for complete phase-out of Blueline buses from the Capital's roads.

The green experiment on the city

With the High Court directing to cancel the notification issued by the district administration for the acquisition of three acre land belonging to Agriculture University in Madikeri, the process of constructing a private bus stand by the CMC will receive a set back.

S P Mahadevappa and three others had filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the court stating that the decision to con

Marking the Foundation Day of the State, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will dedicate the Kushabhau Thakre Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) to the residents on Monday.

The Chief Minister will also flag off a fleet of 105 standard low-floor buses, which will commence plying on the newly developed Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) corridor on the same day.

Further, the occasion will also se

MUMBAI: BEST is likely to come out with a "deficit" budget on Friday with the transport undertaking, incurring losses to the tune of Rs 505 crore in 2009-'10. The budget will be presented by general manager Om Prakash Gupta before the BEST committee.

The BEST runs India's largest fleet of buses, ferrying 4.5 million passengers daily.

Pinku Patowary, a resident of Hajo, wakes up early every morning to catch the only bus at 7.30am and attend office in Guwahati, 45km away.

The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC), the country

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