New Delhi: A year after Delhi government launched the bus cluster scheme, Delhi transport minister Arvinder Singh feels the dynamics of the city’s public transport system has undergone a change.

Next month, the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor will see a free flow of traffic for a week, as part of the Central Road Research Institute’s study being carried out as per High Court orders.

New Delhi: As part of a Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) study on BRT, the opinion of 10,000 road users will be collected and analyzed.

New Delhi: In May 2011, the Delhi government launched the vaunted bus cluster scheme which promised to give the city a clean and modern alternative to the “killer” Bluelines.

Colombo: Delhi’s transport system will now be replicated by other major cities.

Twenty four semi-low floor buses were added to Delhi’s roads under Cluster 5. These buses will mainly ply in North and Central Delhi.

The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has clamped immediate ban on the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) in public transport vehicles to prevent deadly accidents, ease gas shortage and impr

A decade ago, plans for a metro and clean-fuel buses were hailed as New Delhi’s answer to pollution.

The West Bengal government, in partnership with Essar Oil and Indian Oil, may soon run India’s first buses on coal-bed methane, a natural gas extracted from coal beds and, like other gases, conside

To Ply On Teevra Mudrika, Punjabi Bagh Route