Five districts in Beijing have announced plans to cap or lower their population in the next few years, local media reported on Wednesday, as the Chinese capital bids to tackle chronic pollution and

The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has accepted the recommendations of its committee that has proposed a suitable regulatory framework to promote shared mobility, liberalise existing taxi permit systems and encourage new forms of urban mobility to create reliable alternatives to car ownership. These guidelines provide the common framework for detailed regulations for taxi operations in cities and states. 

This report focuses on the regulatory and operational aspects of Intermediate Public Transportation (IPT) in Kolkata, India.

The permission to NHAI to build a bridge and its approach roads across the river for the Delhi- Meerut Expressway should be allowed to help ease traffic congestion, an expert committee today told t

The principal driver of air pollution in London is road transport and, within that, diesel vehicles. Nearly 40 per cent of all NOx emissions within London come from diesel vehicles, and unless this is explicitly tackled it will be impossible to cleanse London’s air.

Aiming at steps to curb pollution, the National Green Tribunal has directed Delhi government to reduce traffic congestion on city roads and introduce destination buses to improve air quality in the

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Delhi government to reduce traffic congestion on city roads and introduce destination buses to improve air quality in the Capital, which has shown

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah defended it Monday, calling it a transparent project that is much needed to decongest traffic flow.

Judgement of the National Green Tribunal (Central Zonal Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Chhattisgarh Nagrik Sangarsh Samiti Vs Principal Secretary, Nagariya Parishashan and Vikas Vibhag & Others dated 27/09/2016 regarding imposing a ban on the use of DJs and loudspeakers along with the all types of processions including rallies, Chhattisgarh.

A new study from Washington University in St.

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