Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 05/08/2019 regarding improvement in bus numbers and services in Delhi.

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of M. C. Mehta Vs Union of India & Others dated 02/08/2019 regarding registration of new taxis in Delhi, only if the vehicles operate on dual fuel or petrol or CNG. The Apex Court makes it clear, that it's order of 10/05/2016 that new taxis in NCR would be given permit only if the vehicle operate on duel fuel or petrol or CNG. Further, no vehicle shall be registered as a city taxi if it runs on diesel fuel.

CM orders RTA, traffic police to prepare policy for autos plying illegally

It is clear that without an augmented public transport system, Delhi and other cities of India will not be able to combat toxic air pollution. It is also clear that currently our public transport infrastructure is grossly inadequate. Cities like Beijing, for instance, have 107 buses per lakh people. Delhi has 17 buses per lakh people.

The government has notified a draft parking policy aimed at discouraging on-street and footpath parking here. However, this has now been tweaked to allow free parking in residential areas.

Experts raise questions ranging from affordability to sustainability

Experts in the field of public transport expressed mixed reactions on the Kejriwal government's proposal to make commute for women in public transport buses and Metro trains free, saying there was

New Delhi: With the purpose of coming up with innovative and sustainable ideas in the field of shared mobility, electric mobility, non-motorised transport and first and last-mile connectivity, Dial

Despite having a Comprehensive Action Plan for Delhi-NCR, many measures still remain on paper

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