Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 10/10/2018 regarding air pollution control in Delhi. In an affidavit dated 29.08.2018, it was stated that 350 tasks have been identified for improvement of traffic flow in the identified 28 ‘A’ category corridors.

Oslo has devised a series of highly dissuasive measures: it has eliminated 700 parking spots, re-zoned the city centre, turned streets into pedestrian walkways, and has raised the price of congesti

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Verhaen Khanna & Ors. Vs. Union of India & Others dated 12/09/2018 regarding the environmental clearance granted for setting up the Integrated Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre (IECC) at Pragati Maidan.

Transforming India’s Mobility: A Perspective prepared by the NITI Aayog and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) calls for efficient and convenient public transport to answer the twin problems of pollution and congestion. The report quickly attracted attention amid daily increases in fuel prices.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Kaushambi Apartments Residents Welfare Association (KARWA) Vs. U.P. Pollution Control Board & Others dated 20/08/2018. The matter relates to pollution on account of vehicular emissions, illegal parking, encroachment of road and pavements, use of diesel generators in violation of CPCB standards in Kaushambi, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.

A fleet of 17 new low-emission and high-tech buses started operation in Nepal's Kathmandu on Tuesday to help reduce congestion and pollution in the capital.

This paper uses a popular web mapping and transportation service to generate information for more than 22 million counterfactual trip instances in 154 large Indian cities. It then develops a methodology to estimate robust indices of mobility for these cities.

The Delhi High Court today criticised the Centre's National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) for converting the city into "one big traffic zone", instead of de-congesting it.

This book develops a holistic appraisal methodology to ensure that economic benefits of investments in transport corridors are amplified and more widely spread, and possible negative impacts such as congestion, environmental degradation, and other unintended consequences are minimized.

Judgement of the Kerala High Court in the matter of Dr. K. A. Seethi Vs State of Kerala & Others dated 06/07/2018. The petitioners are concerned with the failure of the State authorities in removing/disposing of the seized and confiscated vehicles, which are seen abandoned on the road sides and highways, and they have been cause of accidents and traffic congestion.

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