Electric vehicles can be a sustainable solution for reducing air pollution in Indian cities and bring down India’s oil import bill.
Govt asserts subsidy for promotion of electric mobility will be only for commercial vehicles, not personal usage
The government on Friday asserted that subsidies for the promotion of electric mobility in India will be only for commercial vehicles, and automobiles for personal usage will not be included
FAME-II: Govt sets up inter-ministerial panel for monitoring, sanctioning of projects aimed at incentivising clean mobility
The government has constituted an inter-ministerial panel for monitoring, sanctioning and implementation of projects under the Rs 10,000-crore FAME-II programme, aimed at incentivising clean mobility
Women in Dantewada take up on themselves to solve transport woes, drive e-rickshaws to tackle bad infrastructure
To attend to this lacuna, a few of the village girls in Dantewada have taken up matters in their own hands.
IIT Kharagpur and Arka Renewables Energy College propose to set up a solar e-charging stations in the state
A small e-charging station prototype has been set up in Khargpur for e-rickshaws to demonstrate that it is commercially exploitable.
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has released the guidelines for the transport industry which range from Taxi's, tourist taxis, bikes, e-rickshaws, agents, aggregators and radio taxis.
Parliament on Monday gave nod to a Bill seeking to pave the way for plying of e-rickshaws on the roads of the national capital region, with the government considering a proposal to provide credit to buy these battery-operated vehicles.
Copies of six Ordinances promulgated recently on issues such as land acquisition and coal were on Monday laid in the Lok Sabha amid protests by some members against the trend of using the Ordinance route.
The government is believed to have approved a bill, proposing amendments to the existing Motor Vehicles Act, to replace the Ordinance
The government is believed to have approved a bill, proposing amendments to the existing Motor Vehicles Act, to replace an Ordinance brought out last year for enabling plying of e-rickshaws in the National Capital.
The Modi government is planning another ordinance in the New Year, this time for E-rickshaws, in order to woo a segment of the Delhi electorate.
The minister said that he received suggestions from Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Road Ministry's proposal seeking amendment to the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988.
The government approved relaxation in norms for e-rickshaw drivers, paving the way for the battery-operated vehicles to ply on national capital roads.
Delhi unit of BJP on Wednesday welcomed the gazette notification by Ministry of Road Transport and Highways on restarting operation of e-rickshaws.
A mandatory driving licence and a maximum speed limit of 25 km per hour are among the conditions that the central government will impose for allowing plying of e-rickshaws, which had been banned by the Delhi High Court for want of regulations.
Gadkari said he has asked the AAP delegation to send in legally tenable comments on the new notification put up by the ministry.
A Delhi BJP delegation Tuesday met Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and urged him to ensure that e-rickshaws are allowed to ply in Delhi soon.
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari Monday said the government will soon come up with a law and allow running of e-rickshaws in Delhi.
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said the government will soon come up with a law and allow running of e-rickshaws in Delhi.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital is illegal as per existing law and the ban on their operation will continue till Central government frames rules to regulate them.