The event will again be held in Dwarka on November 22 and unlike today — when it was observed only for half-a-day as it coincided with Dussehra.

The DTC managing director has also been asked to set up PUC centre at bus depots.

The Delhi government is no longer looking to purchase new buses for DTC.

In an effort to reduce air pollution and promote usage of public transport in the national capital, Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Monday called upon citizens to use one car per family.

In a bid to tackle “immense shortage” of buses in the city, the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is likely to run buses under the cluster scheme on the lines of Delhi Integrated Multi-Model Transi

After Gurgaon, it's the turn of Delhi to go car-free. Transport minister Gopal Rai announced on Tuesday that starting October 22, Delhi will have a car-free day every month.

Delhi has over 82 lakh registered motor vehicles. Of them, only 40,947 are buses.

The National Green Tribunal today asked Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, which supply buses to Delhi Transport Corporation, why these vehicles caused noise pollution on roads and directed them to sub

National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday directed Delhi Police to develop a traffic policy to decongest the capital.

Order of the National Green Tribunal (Principal Bench, New Delhi) in the matter of Vardhaman Kaushik & Ors Vs. Union of India & Ors. dated 24/08/2015 regarding growing air pollution in Delhi.