Following a Delhi High Court order, Delhi government has decided to carry out a fresh study on the BRT corridor’s utility. The study will be carried out by Central Roads Research Institute (CRRI).

NEW DELHI: Private vehicles may soon be allowed to run on the dedicated bus lanes of the BRT on a temporary basis.

Expert body to oversee if the experiment could be a success

The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the Delhi Government to allow four-wheelers and three-wheelers to ply on the 5.7-km-long BRT corridor on an experimental basis under the observation of an expert body to see whether these vehicles could be run on the stretch along with buses.

New Delhi: Built to promote public transport, the bus rapid transit corridor (BRT) was touted as a “green corridor” by the Delhi government when it came up in 2008.

Rejecting the Delhi government’s contention that public opinion on using BRT corridor was positive, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday held that a study on its feasibility and other aspects of vehic

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday took a tough stand on the controversial BRT corridor in the Capital and emphasized on immediate steps to ease the traffic flow on the stretch.

GUWAHATI: To review and monitor the progress made under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), a central delegation from the Ministry of Rural Development recently visited the north-eastern

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Riding high on the success on the city’s first construction waste recycling plant in Burari, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) has proposed three more such units to produce tiles, kerbstones

New Delhi: Delhi government’s prestigious waste-to-energy project at Okhla has hit a roadblock.