Pvt Vehicles Rise As Public Transport Remains Poor

Pune: Smaller cities, experiencing a more rapid shift to personal vehicles in the absence of adequate investment in a strong public transport system, are struggling with severe air pollution, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) research has observed.

Govt Fails To Save Riverine Ecosystem; Also Unable To Improve Air Quality, Contain Private Vehicle Surge

If the Congress government’s performance were measured on the yardstick of urban ecology, it would fail miserably at least on one count—the Yamuna.
Despite repeated promises of cleaning up, the river’s condition has been deteriorating by the day. However,the issue is not entirely of pollution—the flow of water in the Delhi stretch of the river is not adequate.

The Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has decided to implement the Directorate of Urban Land Transport’s (DULT) recommendations on parking fees in the City.

दिल्ली पार्किंग दरों में जल्द ही बढ़ोतरी होगी। हालांकि वाहन मालिकों के ऊपर बढ़ोतरी का कोई खास बोझ नहीं पड़ेगा। पार्किंग दरों में करीब 12.36 प्रतिशत बढ़ोतरी का प्रस्ताव है। इसके चलते पहले दस घंटे के

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation will not charge any conversion or parking fees from commercial areas that have been in existence prior to 1962.

Delhi Created New Forests But Forgot Rest Of The 2009-12 Action Plan

In the absence of comprehensive plans for traffic movement and decongestion of cities, the Union Urban Development Ministry is looking out for agencies to draw up a comprehensive mobility plan for

Now users will pay double the previous rate

With the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) approving a hike in parking rates in areas under its jurisdiction, users of surface level parking facilities will have to dole out twice as much starting June. The Council at its meeting on Wednesday approved a new parking policy which will rationalise the parking system and have increased rates based on the area and the opportunity cost involved.

Parking charges exemption and removing yellow and red line restrictions will improve take-up, thinktank says

MUMBAI: The BMC plans to introduce variable parking rates in the city. It is working on a new policy to revise parking rates and make them area-specific. The rates will be higher in areas like Nariman Point where there is a greater demand for parking.

In the same policy, the BMC is also looking at fining vehicle owners who park illegally. People manning parking lots would be given handheld devices with inbuilt cameras with which they will be able to take pictures of illegally parked vehicles and also note their numbers.

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