Gaurav Vivek Bhatnagar and Ashok Kumar

NEW DELHI: Following another fire in a low-floor Delhi Transport Corporation bus in Moti Nagar here on Thursday, the Delhi Government swung into action and hauled up Tata Motors which is responsible for the maintenance of these buses. It also constituted a four-member committee to look into the causes of mishaps involving the newly-acquired buses.

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The government is to set a model mega CNG station in Karachi at the cost of Rs150.6 million to promote the CNG buses.

The project to be executed by the Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan (HDIP) is expected to be operational by the end of 2010.

New Delhi: After the recent case of fire in a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus running on a school route, the government has drawn up an elaborate plan to make the entire fleet leakage proof. All buses which have undergone checks will now sport stickers on the front windscreen for easy identification.

After having experimented with dedicated bus lanes in the central verge and the left on the first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor between Ambedkar Nagar to Delhi Gate, the Delhi Government has now come up with another idea to successfully run the BRT Corridor.

CM WANTS DELHI GOVERNMENT'S SHARE IN NCR TOLL TAX COLLECTION Ms Dikshit said that it was the Delhi government which took the initiative to buy CNG-run buses and set the entire apparatus in place

Swaraj Baggonkar / Mumbai November 4, 2009, 0:48 IST

Tata Motors, India's biggest auto company by revenue, has speeded bus production at its massive Dharwad facility, primarily to avoid any delay in honouring its commitment to supply low-floor buses to the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC).

Pune Fleet to be deployed only in Mumbai in first phase

The much-awaited eco-friendly Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses
will skip Pune, at least in the first phase of deployment. As many as 60 buses were to be rolled out in Pune after the assembly elections, Now, these buses are to start plying in Mumbai.

New Delhi: By next year, Delhi can expect to have its own hop-on-hop-off heritage tourist bus service modelled on the lines of the London counterpart.

New Delhi: Soon, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) will run chartered buses on dedicated routes connecting business districts and bus terminals with residential pockets in the capital. Delhi government has reportedly asked the corporation to carry out a detailed commuter survey to finalize the routes.