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Speed governors mandatory for buses in Odisha

Following the death of 19 persons in a bus accident, the Odisha government on Monday made speed governors mandatory for all passenger buses in the state.

Goa suspends bus services to Karnataka over river dispute

Goa on Thursday suspended bus services to Karnataka following an ongoing river dispute between the two states.

Maneka Gandhi for sensors on footboard of buses to prevent accidents

Union Women and Child Development minister Maneka Gandhi on Wednesday suggested installation of sensors on the footboard of the buses to prevent women and children meeting accidents while boarding or deboarding the vehicle.

'Subhan Allah' banners to appear on British buses for Ramadan

'Subhan Allah' banners to appear on British buses for Ramadan

Islamic Relief, a Muslim charity, is funding the campaign, which will be rolled out in London, Manchester, Birmingham and Bradford.

Vietnam to install cameras on buses for better management, order and security

 Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City is installing surveillance cameras on buses for better management, order and security, the municipal transport department said on Sunday.

Delhi to run 6,000 extra buses from January 1 to 15

The Delhi government on Thursday said it will run 6,000 more buses to shore up the public transport from January 1 to 15.

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DTC likely to run buses under cluster scheme in Delhi

With an aim of tackling 'huge shortage' of buses in the national capital, Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is likely to run buses under the cluster scheme on the lines of Delhi Integrated Multi-Model Transit System (DIMTS) which currently operates orange buses.

Tata Motors eyes Rs 600-cr biz from buses under JNNURM 2

Tata Motors on Thursday said it is expecting business of Rs 600 crore for supplying buses under the Centre's urban renewal programme JNNURM, the second phase of which is underway.

Why are your buses so noisy: NGT asks manufacturers

Why are your buses so noisy: NGT asks manufacturers

The National Green Tribunal today asked Tata Motors and Ashok Leyland, which supply buses to Delhi Transport Corporation, why these vehicles caused noise pollution on roads and directed them to submit details, including their designs.

Fleet of luxurious buses launched in Kashmir

 A theme-based high-end fleet of luxurious buses was launched here on Thursday to provide better facilities to tourists visiting the Kashmir Valley.

Uttar Pradesh mulls over running buses on bio-fuel

The Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) has readied a blue print to run state-owned buses on bio-fuel, an official said Wednesday.

Blaze guts 17 AC buses of DTC, sabotage not ruled out

 Seventeen low floor air-conditioned buses of the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), costing over Rs 10 crore, went up in flames in a major fire on Thursday at the Ambedkar Nagar depot in South Delhi even as authorities were probing various angles, including sabotage.

Is it safe for women to travel in buses in Delhi?

Zee Media reporter travels in a bus in Delhi to get a reality check as to how safe it is for women to travel in buses in the city.

Himachal Pradesh seeks smaller buses under JNNURM

 The Congress government and the opposition BJP in Himachal Pradesh would jointly urge the central government to provide smaller buses under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) as they are more roadworthy.

Elderly vehicle examiners will not drive buses: DTC to HC

 The Delhi Transport Corporation Wednesday told the high court here that it would not depute vehicle examiners above 55 years for driving duties.

Odisha govt announces reduction in bus fare

 Odisha government on Wednesday announced reduction in fares by one paise per km for ordinary and express buses following the recent cut in diesel prices.

Italy mayor wants separate buses for Roma people

An attempt by an Italian mayor to create a separate bus route for Roma people sparked outrage among politicians today, who compared the move to apartheid- era South Africa's segregation policies.

Tata AutoComp, Magna enter into seating JV

The JV will focus on delivering innovative seating systems to commercial vehicle manufacturers as well as buses.

Permits of 2500 buses and mini-buses in Delhi cancelled

Delhi government has cancelled the permits of around 2500 buses and mini-buses after their operators` addresses were found to be incorrect.