Other Vehicles Barred From Dedicated Lane, Signalling To Change For Simultaneous Right Turn

New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Monday asked the Delhi government to respond by Tuesday if the Ambedkar Nagar-Moolchand bus rapid transit corridor could be continued with some changes.

Refusing to scrap the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor, the Delhi High Court on Monday said it was a positive policy measure that needed a few changes to improve its functioning.

Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) is conducting a thorough survey to identify and reclassify every lane and bylane based on their nature, importance and necessity.

DIMTS Says It’s Not Equipped To Handle New Situation; Traffic Cops Insist No One Has Asked Them To Take Up Job

New Delhi: A PIL challenging the BRT corridor was transferred to a fresh bench on Monday.

The Public Works Department of Delhi Government is drawing up a Rs.1,050 crore plan for complete re-development of nearly 825 km of roads that have been transferred to it from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

Delhi PWD Minister Raj Kumar Chauhan said on Thursday that the plan envisages taking up works worth Rs.250 crore in the current fiscal and of another Rs.800 crore in 2013-14.

New Delhi: A recent government report has concluded that congestion in urban areas has risen, thanks to the disproportionate increase in road length and vehicular growth.

According to this latest Basic Road Statistics Report published by the highways ministry, congestion in urban areas has risen due to the disproportionate increase in road length & vehicular growth. Says that growth of cars in the past decade has surpassed two-wheelers.

The long-delayed Satellite Town Ring Road (STRR) project to connect Bangalore’s satellite towns - Ramanagar, Dobbespet, Devanahalli, Hoskote, Attibele and Magadi will be implemented by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and the State Public Works Department (PWD).

While NHAI will develop the stretch between Dobbespet and Hoskote via Devanahalli, the PWD will construct the stretch between Attibele and Magadi Road under the Karnataka State Highway Improvement Project-II (KSHIP-II), PWD Minister C M Udasi told the Legislative Council on Tuesday, replying to a question by R V Venkatesh.