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"Made a serious blunder... Sorry to Arvind ji and Delhiites": Know why Paresh Rawal apologised to Kejriwal

"Made a serious blunder... Sorry to Arvind ji and Delhiites": Know why Paresh Rawal apologised to Kejriwal

Despite Delhi government's announcement of a special DTC bus service for MPs to reach Parliament, BJP MP and actor Paresh Rawal decided to use his personal car with an even number plate on Monday. 

Odd-even phase II: Congress, BJP attack Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal over state of public transport

As the second phase of the odd-even scheme began on Friday, the Congress and BJP attacked the Aam Aadmi Party government for spending money on advertising rather than improving the condition of public transport in the national capital.

Odd-Even: Delhi govt tells DMRC to rationalise feeder service

Odd-Even: Delhi govt tells DMRC to rationalise feeder service

Delhi government has asked DMRC to rationalise its metro feeder bus routes in order to ensure last-mile connectivity in the city during the second phase of the odd-even car-rationing scheme starting April 15, Transport Minister Gopal Rai said on Monday.

200 DTC buses to have e-ticketing machines by January-end

200 DTC buses to have e-ticketing machines by January-end

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) buses will soon go hi-tech with the public transporter deciding to install electronic ticketing machines in 200 of its fleet by the end of this month.

Odd-even formula: DTC buses estimated to have carried 4 million commuters

DTC buses were in great demand today, and estimated 4 million commuters may have availed the services of the city's public transporter on Day One of the odd-even road-rationing experiment in the national capital, while Delhi Metro saw no substantial jump in its ridership. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) and Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) are expected to carry the major share of additional commuters during the 15-day-long road-rationing experiment.

Real impact of odd-even scheme will be tested on Monday: SIAM

Delhi government's odd-even car scheme seeking to curb pollution in city seems to have started off well but the real impact of the road rationing experiment will be tested on Monday, Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) said on Friday.

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Delhi govt takes step to ensure women safety, rolls out WiFi, CCTV, GPS enabled buses on roads

Six wi-fi, CCTV and GPS enabled buses were flagged off by the Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai on Wednesday, who described it as the "first step" towards ensuring women's safety in the national capital.

Third 'Car-Free' day this Sunday; DTC to deploy special shuttles

 In an attempt to control the rising pollution level in the national Capital, the Delhi government is set to observe its third Car-Free Day on December 22.

Delhi schools will remain shut from Jan 1 to 15 - know why

Delhi schools will remain shut from Jan 1 to 15 - know why

The DoE has directed all government schools and un-aided/recognised private schools, to declare holidays during the period.

Delhi: DTC Bus catches fire in Punjabi Bagh below DMRC line

A DTC Bus catches fire in Punjabi Bagh below DMRC line. Fire brigade team reaches the bus on time to tackle the fire.

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.

Millennium Depot land use change under consideration: DTC to HC

The Delhi High Court was on Monday informed by the DTC that the central government is examining the issue of changing land use of the area where Millennium Bus Depot is from "river and water-body" (Zone 'O') to "Transportation".

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.

Delhi govt gifts women free bus ride on Rakshabandan

 Women can enjoy free travel in non-AC buses of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) and (orange) cluster buses on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.

Delhi: Student killed after being run over by bus

A student was killed in Delhi's Inderlok area after a bus knocked him down.

Dengue action: JNU, DTC, DDA challaned for mosquito-breeding

Over 80 challans have been issued to government and educational institutions in the city, including JNU, DDA, DTC and PWD, for breeding of mosquitoes in their premises.

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Smart comfort taxis in Delhi soon

Delhi government is mulling introducing 'smart comfort taxis' in the national capital which will not only be eco-friendly but also a cheaper alternative to auto rickshaws.

Delhi govt to deploy 4,000 marshals in city buses: Minister

Delhi government has decided to deploy trained marshals in all buses plying in the national capital to put a check on incidents of eve-teasing and violence against women.