Delhi transport department

No pollution papers? Delhi transport department to send notices and challans of Rs 10,000

The department will also intensify its drive to ensure that vehicles without PUC certificates do not ply on the city roads, they said.

published on : 11th July 2022

Delhi transport department tells vehicle scrappers to fix 'fair' market value

Earlier this month, the department issued a detailed Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for scrapping diesel or petrol vehicles for more than 15 years old.

published on : 13th December 2021

‘Tactical Urbanism’ to curb accidents 

Tactical Urbanism trials are temporary, quick, and low-cost interventions, which test out urban design, transportation planning and infrastructural changes for improving road safety.

published on : 24th November 2021

Delhi Transport department extends window to hire e-auto women drivers

The Transport Department received a total number of 19,885 applications till date for the registration of e-Autos, of which 19,187 were male applicants and 698 were female applicants.

published on : 16th November 2021

Single-window facility for e-vehicle charging stations in Delhi

The tariff rate fixed by the government for the electricity consumed through these electric vehicles charging points are Rs 4.5 per unit.

published on : 9th November 2021

Delhi government's push for pollution certificate for vehicles ahead of winter

Vehicle owners who fail to get a valid PUCC are liable to be challaned under Section 190(2) of the Motor Vehicle Act, 1993, leading to imprisonment of up to six months or fine up to Rs 10,000, or both

published on : 17th October 2021

Punjab government writes to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal for IGI airport bus service resumption

Sources said that the government had stopped operation of buses on the grounds that they had stage carrier permit, thus they could only take passengers from the three ISBTs in the national capital.

published on : 12th October 2021

Road-safety campaign hits online space in Delhi

Prepared as per the WHO guidelines, the campaign will focus on four key areas — speeding, drunk driving, helmet wearing and seatbelts.

published on : 2nd October 2021