NEW DELHI: Prime south Delhi neighbourhoods like Alaknanda, Greater Kailash-II and Chittaranjan Park are creaking under the pressure of increasing traffic and alarmingly poor air quality, reveals a

Congestion and pollution are snuffing the life out of Delhi’s neighbourhoods, according to a new Centre for Science and Environment study on select south Delhi locations.

NEW DELHI: National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday asked the Delhi government if heavy diesel vehicles should be allowed to enter congested areas such as Chandni Chowk.

BHUBANESWAR: The state government has asked the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC) to identify sites for multi-level parking in the twin cities.

Municipal corporations have proposed a hike in parking charges, particularly during peak hours, as a means to keep vehicles off the roads and reduce the city's air pollution.

NEW DELHI: A day after the Union urban development ministry approved the policy for transit-oriented development (TOD), urban planners said the real challenge lies in its implementation, given the

In addition to pollution and congestion, the city of Beijing is also inflicted with a dearth of 3.5 million parking spaces.

Residents of Lajpat Nagar have moved the National Green Tribunal against the operation of a parking lot by the Delhi Urban Shelter Board (DUSIB) in front of Kasturba Niketan Complex, prompting the

Places where noise and air pollution levels are found to be abnormally high, as per the data recorded by the pollution monitoring stations in the city, could soon be declared “silent zones” where p

Considering request of the Delhi government, NGT has stayed for two weeks its order  to impound old diesel vehicles plying in the capital city for more than 10 years. The green tribunal also sought suggestions from the state government on providing incentives to those transferring/scrapping old, polluting diesel vehicles and on fixing a cap on the number of vehicles to be registered in the capital.