A draft policy for parking finalised by the Environment Protection and Control Authority (EPCA) headed by Bhure Lal has proposed 10 time-hike in the parking rates depending on the locations of the

The state-of-the-art facility can accommodate more than 1,400 cars

By asking you to ‘Let your car wait in style', Capital Point, the city's newest automated multi-level car park near Connaught Place, seems to be all about providing comfort for your car. Flanked by Hanuman Mandir and Gurdwara Bangla Sahib on Baba Kharak Singh Marg, the white exterior could be easily mistaken for a new shopping mall in town.

Chandigarh: With the Municipal Corporation unable to find takers, for four paid parking lots, over the past six months, the civic body has been suffering losses worth lakhs every month.

KOLKATA, 30 MAY: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has increased its earnings from car parking by Rs 82 lakh in 2011-12.

No parking on arterial roads, but only at designated spots

Soon, parking vehicles on the arterial roads of the City’s central business district (CBD) may be a costly affair. By restricting the parking to designated locations and fixing fees for the same, the government proposes to decongest the major thoroughfares, thereby eliminating traffic bottlenecks. The Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT) is preparing a parking action plan for the CBD in association with BBMP. To begin with, parking will be banned on the arterial roads of the City.

New Delhi: After missing several deadlines, the New Delhi Municipal Council’s multilevel parking lot at Baba Kharak Singh (BKS) Marg was opened to public on Tuesday evening.

Six automated parking facilities based on public-private partnerships planned in various parts of South Delhi are yet to see the light of day.

Angry Over South Commissioner’s Remark; Say No Progress On Parking In Markets.

A day after the municipal commissioners announced that parking charges will be hiked in the city, the Mayors and the BJP leaders opposed the decision on Thursday.

The Bharatiya Janata Party has questioned the rationale behind Delhi's three new municipal corporations' Commissioners expressing their views on the increase of parking rates in the Capital without taking into account that such a proposal cannot be implemented without the approval of the Corporations.

“How can the Municipal Commissioners just go out and say that the parking charges are headed north when such a proposal can only be implemented after it has been passed by the elected civic bodies?” asked Delhi BJP president Vijender Gupta on Thursday.