New Delhi: Just before the Commonwealth Games the government had decided that the city needed new, modern steel bus queue shelters (BQS). In this too, the Shunglu committee has unearthed a rigged bidding process, irregular payments to contractors running into lakhs and a huge loss to the exchequer.

The transport sector received the biggest share of budgetary allocations with Rs 3,348 crore being earmarked for various projects, including the construction of 14 new Integrated Transport Corridors, development of ISBTs and renovation of existing ones.

The Budget announced the construction of Delhi Metro

The proposal to set up a National Mission for Hybrid and Electric vehicles shows the Centre

The irrigation and Flood Control department, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) assured the High Court on Wednesday that the world

AJL Proposes To Reject 94 Buses, Impose Fine Of Rs 12,500 Per Vehicle

Ahmedabad: The future of the Tata buses in AMTS and BRTS fleet that were to hit Ahmedabad streets by October last year hangs by a thread.

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

Nearly a century after they were discontinued, electric buses will be back on the city

Around the world, bus rapid transit systems (BRTS) have become a key element in urban transportation, usually in combination with metros. Ahmedabad

Agartala, Oct 6: After 22 years, the Tripura government will bring back town bus services in capital Agartala by introducing 75 buses that run on compressed natural gas (CNG) to make it a

New Delhi: The Commonwealth Games gifted Delhi a swanky new bus depot, claimed to be the largest such facility in the world, on Thursday when chief minister Sheila Dikshit inaugurated the Millennium Park depot.