620 motorists penalised for violating odd-even rule

A total of 620 motorists were penalised for violating odd-even rule today.

Odd-even scheme: 'Motorists complaining about extortion and bribe by AAP volunteers'

Odd-even scheme: 'Motorists complaining about extortion and bribe by AAP volunteers'

BJP and AAP are at loggerheads with each other, yet again! And, this time the bone of contention is Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's ambitious odd-even scheme.

Odd Even-II: Woman gives birth to baby girl in moving car, reaches hospital on time

Odd Even-II: Woman gives birth to baby girl in moving car, reaches hospital on time

While the debate over efficacy of Odd-Even phase-II is on, a woman in Delhi gave birth to a baby girl in a moving car and also got timely medical attention due to less traffic on the road.

Delhi Traffic cops sexually assault a man after he refused to pay bribe, 3 arrested

Delhi Traffic cops sexually assault a man after he refused to pay bribe, 3 arrested

Three traffic cops were arrested for physically assaulting a man after he refused to pay the bribe to them at a traffic police station in north Delhi's Sabzi Mandi area. 

Odd-even: 152 defaulters fined by Delhi Police till noon

A total of 152 motorists were fined till Monday afternoon for violating the odd-even traffic scheme aimed at battling pollution, police said.

Rains, WCF, weddings set to choke Delhi: Here's the traffic advisory

Rains, WCF, weddings set to choke Delhi: Here's the traffic advisory

As the World Cultural Festival by Art of Living kicks off, Delhi is also witnessing more than 20,000 weddings on Friday and on top of it heavy rains have lashed the capital – something that is sure to put burden on the city roads.

Deliveries on road: DCW sends fresh notice to traffic police

The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Friday issued a fresh notice to traffic police over cases in which two women had to deliver babies in public vehicles due to traffic snarls in the city during last year's Indo-Africa Summit. 

Now, Delhi traffic cops to be armed with pistols from next month

Now, Delhi traffic cops to be armed with pistols from next month

In a move which is seen as an attempt to empower Delhi traffic cops for handling emergency situations, authorities are planning to arms them with pistols. 

203 fined in Delhi on first day of odd-even plan implementation

As many as 203 people were challaned on Friday for the violation of norms in the odd-even scheme on the first day of its implementation in the national capital.

Air pollution situation in Delhi of an emergency nature: High Court

Air pollution situation in Delhi of an emergency nature: High Court

Air pollution in the national capital is of an "emergency nature", the Delhi High Court today observed and said this situation would not have arisen if the authorities had implemented laws and rules in place to prevent environmental degradation.

Stricter traffic rules to be implemented in Delhi

Delhi Traffic Police will start implementing the Supreme Court-appointed committee’s directions on road safety, including suspension of driving licences for overspeeding and drunk driving, as it gears up to tackle violations with an iron hand.

Drunk Russian diplomat rams into biker, punches Delhi traffic cop

Drunk Russian diplomat rams into biker, punches Delhi traffic cop

In yet another case of road rage, a diplomat from the Russian embassy, who was severely intoxicated, rammed into a police barricade in Moti Bagh here and also rear-ended a motorbike, injuring two people.

Know why Delhi govt's 'odd, even vehicle numbers formula' may turn impractical

Know why Delhi govt's 'odd, even vehicle numbers formula' may turn impractical

The move may hopefully bring down the pollution level, but the problem lies with its practicality.

Cops hide behind trees to catch traffic rule violators to meet "target": HC

Cops hide behind trees, traffic rule violators, Delhi Traffic Police constables, Delhi Traffic Police, failure in traffic management, Delhi High Court.

Delhi traffic police revive operation chakravyuh against rule breakers

Delhi Traffic Police has revived part 2 of their operation chakravyuh to nab people who break traffic rules.

Watch to know more.

India-Africa Summit likely to hit traffic flow in Delhi

Traffic flow is expected to be disrupted for the next few days in connection with the India-Africa summit starting Monday.

Govt to prosecute motorists causing pollution in Delhi

For the first time, motorists violating pollution norms will be fined on the spot through a system under which CCTV cameras will capture registration numbers and vehicles plying without PUC certificates will be detected within seconds.

Car Free Day to be held on Oct 22 from 7 AM to 12 noon

Delhi government today said that 'Car Free Day', an initiative to encourage people to use public transport in the national capital will be observed on October 22 from 7 AM to 12 noon on the stretch falling between the Red Fort and India Gate.

Journey of a heart: From Gurgaon to south Delhi in 21 mins

Setting another milestone, Delhi Traffic Police and a private hospital today coordinated to transport a human heart for transplantation from Gurgaon to New Friends Colony in a record time.

Delhi Traffic Police facing tough time reining in Gramin Sewa vehicles

Delhi Traffic Police is facing tough times trying to rein in errant Garmin Sewa vehicles with its missives to the Transport department of the state government for action against them drawing little response from the concerned officials.