Centres will be linked to central server through software to be procured from Keltron

Operating without licence, many illegal centres thrive on city’s roadsides in worn-out vans

The Transport department is creating a network to automatically generate penalty challans for vehicle owners who fail to get their Pollution Under Control (PUC) test done once in six months.

The decrease in the number of vehicles being checked has been attributed to the lackadaisical attitude by both PUC centres and vehicle owners.

Bengaluru: To curb pollution, over 2,000 vehicles were checked and 134 drivers booked at Cubbon Park on Thursday.

Motor third party policies may soon be available at pollution check centres and other agencies following insurance regulator IRDAI approval to the proposal of relaxing norms.

Special enforcement drive across city from June 21

STA revises charges, increases penalty

The transport department in coordination with Pollution Control Board and traffic police will jointly implement the project.

Just a three minute halt at the dusty, noisy and congested Teen Hath Nath junction could possibly reduce three hours of your lifetime, say experts considering the toxic cloud created by hundreds of

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