Delhi High Court directed the city government to file an affidavit on number of fatal accidents involving passengers’ buses from 2009 following a plea opposing a rehabilitation plan for operators of `killer` bluelines.Aug 22, 2013, 21:18 PM IST
Over 500 of 840 `killer`
blueline buses went off the capital roads on Tuesday in tune with a
deadline set by the Delhi Government, which impounded 28
private buses for plying without a permit.
: In what could be a reprieve to Blueline bus operators, Delhi Government is considering allowing their fleet to operate as feeder bus service for the Metro network.Jan 23, 2011, 12:22 PM IST
The privately owned Blueline
fleet, which gained notoriety for frequent accidents, is not
going off the city roads from tomorrow as announced by Delhi
Government in October.
Days after it announced total
phase out of the `killer` Blueline buses, Delhi Government
today said it will soon remove around 350 rural transport
vehicles (RTVs) currently plying across the city.
Two persons were killed and
another injured here in separate accidents involving Blueline
buses in the past 24 hours, police said on Thursday.
After a manic Monday, it was a traumatic Tuesday for commuters in the capital as over 55,000 auto-rickshaws remained off the roads for the second consecutive day.Aug 18, 2009, 11:51 AM IST