In a PIL seeking protection for right to walk and pedestrian safety, MP high court has issued notices to Union ministry of road transport and highways, state transport ministry, National Highways A

Emission of nitrogen oxide jumps from 3.17 g/km to 119.2 g/km if the vehicle is loaded by 30 per cent, says a CRRI study

The Supreme Court on Tuesday set up a committee headed by an apex court judge to monitor implementation of motor vehicle laws and road safety designs after it found Indian roads were “giant killers

Over 40,000 local goods vehicles—below 3.5 tonnes in weight—operate in the NCR area. These don’t need permits, only registration.

SC Order Only On Paper As Vehicles Going To Other States Not Turned Away From Borders

As you wait to pass the toll gates at the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border near Ghaziabad, the long line of trucks waiting to get entry is visible from miles away. Most are on their way to other parts of the country, via Delhi.

Refurbishing It Will Waste Taxpayers’ Money, Say Experts

The technology is used for laying “all-weather roads”

From October 4, 2002, when the first ‘plastic road’ was laid on Lenin Street, Kovilpatti in Tuticorin district, the technology of using waste plastic with stone for laying roads has come a long way. Developed by the Department of Chemistry of Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai, in 2001 and patented in 2002, the technology has been literally going places. It is now used in several other States, including Kerala, West Bengal and Himachal Pradesh, to lay “all-weather” roads.

PWD Minister Raj Kumar Chauhan on Sunday blamed the the BJP-ruled municipal corporations for neglecting the city’s roads as he launched a Rs 531-crore project to repair 98 roads which were earlier

Observing that the heavy traffic brought in by the sea link is causing air and noise pollution at Worli Seaface, the National Green Tribunal, in its order released on Wednesday, asked the Delhi-bas

Over 99.5% Trucks, Buses Violate BS-IV Norms