AAP govt to deploy marshals in city buses to make travel for women safer

  In order to ensure security of women in public transport, the Delhi Government has decided to deploy 2,500 marshals in buses plying in the city.

Delhi polls: EC awareness campaign to target Metro, DTC commuters

With an aim to encourage people to vote in February 7 Delhi polls, the Election Commission will carry out an awareness campaign targeting commuters in Metro stations and buses of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC).

Govt may order magisterial inquiry into fire at DTC depot

Delhi government may order a magisterial inquiry into the incident of a major fire in which 17 low floor air-conditioned buses of the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), costing over Rs 10 crore, were gutted.

DTC phased out nearly 900 buses but added none in over 2 years

DTC has phased out nearly 900 buses in the last two-and-a-half years, but no single bus was added to the fleet of buses running on the city's roads despite its shortage causing hardship to passengers.

787 persons killed, 2,678 injured by DTC buses in 10 years

As many as 787 persons have been killed and 2,678 others injured in accidents involving Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses in the past 10 years.

Ensure only fit drivers with valid licence drive DTC buses: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi Transport Corporation to ensure that no person without a valid driving licence or who is medically unfit drives its buses on the city roads.

Delhi Metro smart cards can soon be used in DTC buses

Passengers will soon be able to use the Delhi Metro train smart cards to travel in DTC buses and cluster buses run by DIMTS.

Install alarm system in all DTC buses: Delhi CM

Delhi CM issued directions to install alarm system in all DTC buses so that women travelling on them can use the facility whenever in distress.

Sandeep Dikshit for alarm system in DTC buses

Congress MP Sandeep Dikshit suggested installation of an alarm system in DTC buses so that women travelling on them can use the facility in distress.

Delhi gang-rape case: Govt mulls deploying home guards in DTC buses in evening

A day after deploying home guards in Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) night service buses, the Delhi Government said it is also examining the possibility of providing security cover in its bus fleet that operates in evening.

Delhi: Card for travel by Metro, feeder buses to be launched on Saturday

`More Delhi`, a common mobility card which can used for travel in Delhi Metro and its network of feeder buses, will be launched here on Saturday.

DTC driver who ran over cyclist, out on probation

A DTC driver, sentenced to two years in jail for mowing down a cyclist nearly 12 years ago, has been released on probation by a Delhi court.

DTC buses collide, 17 injured

At least 17 passengers were injured when two Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses collided here on Saturday, police said.

DTC buses make travel free for senior citizens

The scheme is a gift to the senior citizens on the eve of tomorrow`s `World Elders Day`.

Free travel for women in DTC buses on Rakhi

Women can enjoy free travel in
Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses Saturday on the
occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Spl exercise to oversee operation of DTC buses

Over 200 senior officials of Delhi
Transport Corporation today carried out a massive special
exercise to oversee operation of its 5,000 strong bus fleet
which provide the backbone of the public transport system in
the city.

Bus fires send Delhi government into tizzy

Concerned over the spurt of fire incidents in the newly inducted low floor buses, Delhi government officials will on Thursday meet the representatives of the manufacturing company Tata Motors Ltd.

Delhi Govt may install CCTV cameras on DTC buses

The city government may soon
install CCTV cameras in Delhi Transport Corporation buses to
check molestation, eve-teasing and other crimes against women
in the public transport.

Sr-citizens to have reserved seats in low-floor DTC buses

Senior citizens in the city will
no longer have to jostle for a seat in the swanky low-floor
DTC buses as government has decided to reserve some seats for

Harrowing time for commuters as auto strike continues in Delhi

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.