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Nov 09, 2018
Delhi will have a tough time disposing off 40 lakh banned vehicles: Transport dept seeks NGT's help in scrapping old carsThe Delhi Transport Department has decided to seek help from the NGT to figure out a way to dispose of 40 lakh old petrol and diesel vehicles which were recently banned in the national capital following a Supreme Court order
Nov 02, 2018
40 lakh 'overage' cars deregistered by Delhi transport dept: Check this list to see if your vehicle is on itThe Delhi government told the Supreme Court on Thursday that out of 1.10 crore vehicles registered in the national capital, 40 lakh "overage" vehicles — more than 15 years in case of petrol and 10 years for diesel — have been de-registered by the transport department.
Dec 10, 2017
Delhi Transport dept recommends digital monitors with GPS to help passengers check route, ensure safetyTo further enhance the safety of passengers, especially women, digital monitors will be installed in cabs to keep a track of the route taken by the driver, a Delhi Transport department official said
Jan 04, 2016
Twitter launches #PollutionFreeDelhi service to help citizens with real-time information on public transportDelhi citizens are now turning to Twitter to access real-time information about public transport to plan their travel routes. As the odd-even car-driving scheme started on January 1st, the public’s reliance on public transportation will increase.
Mar 25, 2015
Delhi govt asks IT ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile apps, says officialThe Delhi government has asked union Information Technology ministry to block mobile applications of taxi-hailing companies Uber and Ola in the capital city, a state government official told Reuters on Wednesday.
Feb 25, 2015
Delhi transport department wants Uber's app, website banned in India: reportThe Delhi transport department is consulting the Central government to block Uber's IP address in India if the taxi-app doesn't get a radio license in the city soon.