CRIP work, including development of bus bays, is likely to be delayed

The felling of avenue trees near RR Lamp, Vellayambalam, and near treasury buildings at Statue to ensure free flow of traffic, visibility of traffic signals, and construction of bus bays on corridors developed under the City Road Improvement Project (CRIP) has run into rough weather with a high-power committee turning down the request.

New Delhi: As the MCD prepares budget estimates for the year 2012-13, the cashstrapped agency is planning to double parking rates in the city.

The works committee of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) today gave approval to various schemes of Rs 100 crore.

Also orders re-examination of issuance of provisional certificates to colonies which existed only on paper

New Delhi: In another two weeks from now, going to Karol Bagh would require one to follow a new traffic plan.

PWD Likely To Get Govt Nod To Integrate Controversial Corridor With Three New BRTs

26 skywalks worth Rs600 crore have eaten up the crucial roads near stations, making them narrower and creating gridlocks

Lucknow: The Allahabad high court’s reiteration that all projects in the National Capital Region must have the approval of the NCR Planning Board has thrown into uncertainty investments made by mor

Transport experts and motorists have reacted strongly to the Sunder Committee recommendations making proof of parking mandatory before registration of vehicles.

MUMBAI: The state government is expected to change its norms on permissible sound levels on roads and flyovers before going in for sound barriers and might do it through a GR.