New Delhi: These are traffic signals with brains. They take a volume count of the number of vehicles at an intersection and automatically adjust the available green signal time on the basis of changing traffic demand. And the good news is that Intelligent Traffic Signals (ITS) are going to become a reality in the Capital before the Commonwealth Games.

NEW DELHI: Having drawn the flak for the sorry state of several of its roads, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi on Wednesday blamed the alleged failure of Central Pollution Control Board to prescribe norms to the civic body for construction of eco-friendly hot mix plants in the Capital since the past 11 years for the situation.

NEW DELHI: Delhi Municipal Commissioner K. S. Mehra presented revised budget estimates for the current financial year and budget estimates for the next fiscal in respect of the general wing and slum and jhuggi-jhonpri wing of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi on Friday.

CHANDIGARH: The Haryana Government is going to spend Rs.98.81crore on repair and reconstruction of roads in Gurgaon. Out of this, Rs.78.84 crore will be spent by the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) and Rs.19 crore by the Municipal Corporation, Haryana Chief Secretary Dharamvir announced on Monday.

Mumbai, September 21 After failing to get environmental clearance for the city

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NEW DELHI: Municipal Corporation of Delhi Standing Committee chairman Vijender Gupta has announced that the civic body will soon start work on strengthening and resurfacing of major roads in the city.

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To ensure that the work of repair is completed within 10 days
A view of the badly damaged road at Azadpur in Delhi following heavy rain.

NEW DELHI: Under pressure from various quarters for its failure to repair potholes on the Capital's roads following tall promises, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi has decided to constitute a monitoring committee under the chairmanship of Additional Commissioner (Engineering) to ensure that the work of road repair is completed within 10 days.

The decision was announced by Deputy Leader of House Ved Prakash Gupta on Wednesday.

Pune, August 19 In a major relief to Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), the Union government on Tuesday approved Rs 511 crore additional funds for roadwork, including BRTS, being implemented under JNNURM. Of this, the Commonwealth Youth Games (CYG) roads get Rs 165 crore though there are only about 50 days to go for its inaugural day.
"The Union government has approved the revised estimation proposal of the PMC with additional funds of Rs 511 crore,' Mayor Rajlaxmi Bhosale told The Indian Express from Delhi.

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New Delhi, August 8

Leader of the house in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) Subhash Arya and Standing Committee chairperson Vijender Gupta have said that the MCD has appointed a high power co-ordination committee under the chairmanship of Mayor Arti Mehra to monitor waterlogging on the city's roads.

All departments of the Delhi government and other government agencies are members of the committee.

Is urban public transport subsidised more than its private counterpart? Through a case study of urban transport in Pune, this article demonstrates that car and two-wheeler users receive larger subsidies than bus users when all costs imposed by transport modes are considered.