NEW DELHI: Private vehicles may soon be allowed to run on the dedicated bus lanes of the BRT on a temporary basis.
With reference to the series titled ‘Scrap the trap’, you have claimed that ‘people want their road back’. However, do the people here include cyclists and bus commuters or only car/bike users?
Travelling from Garia to Bongaon may just turn zippy, if the state government’s plan to connect the two with a 100km flyover, tipped to be India’s longest, succeeds.
The Planning Commission cited shortage of funds as it punctured the Union Urban Development Ministry’s ambitious plans to popularise bicycle usage in metro cities.
DIMTS Ready To Replicate Flawed Experiment Even As Govt Refuses To Allow People’s Participation In Decision-Making.
NEW DELHI: Deteriorating air quality in the national capital can translate into 3,000 additional "premature deaths" annually due to air pollution related diseases, the Centre for Science and Enviro
Founder member and trustee of Parisar, Sujit Patwardhan, is working hard to bring the environment issues to the forefront through citizens’ campaigns and collaborative activism with other like-mind
NEW DELHI: While planners blew up crores on redeveloping some roads in the run-up to Commonwealth Games two years ago, most roads in the city are still without basic pedestrian facilities such as c
NEW DELHI: The government has turned to history to find a solution to the problem of parking at Khan Market.
The controversial East-West Corridor may finally see the light of the day with the PWD suggesting its integration with three new BRT corridors.
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