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Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia faces protest while flagging off new buses

Delhi Dy CM Manish Sisodia faces protest while flagging off new buses

Delhi`s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday faced the ire of one of his east Delhi constituents, who alleged that Sisodia had never visited his constituency in the past two years.

Now, a common travel card for DTC buses and Delhi Metro trains

Now, a common travel card for DTC buses and Delhi Metro trains

Delhi's Aam Aadmi Party government have come up with several new initiatives, to be implementated this year.

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DTC to start charging fares through e-ticketing machines

DTC to start charging fares through e-ticketing machines

The corporation has also plans to introduce common mobility cards by next year which will allow passengers to travel in both DTC buses and metro trains.

AAP govt to hire security guards, deploy them in buses as marshals

AAP government has decided to hire 200 private security guards and deploy them as marshals in DTC buses.

Wi-Fi, CCTV cameras in some DTC buses by December

The Delhi government has decided to install CCTV cameras and provide Wi-Fi facility to commuters travelling in Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses by December this year.

Now, Google android app to help users with public transport in Delhi

Google has introduced an android app called Delhi Public Transport Offline that helps the users navigate using public transport in Delhi.

DTC to get 1,700 new buses

"Around 1,700 buses, including 375 air-conditioned, will ply on various routes by the end of this year," S.K. Jha, secretary to the Transport Minister said.

Delhi launches common fare card for all forms of public transport

Travel on Delhi Metro and its feeder buses just got more easier Saturday with the launch of common mobility card 'More Delhi', which can also be used in DTC buses and taxis across the national capital in the coming months.