Delhi's Odd-Even formula implemented from today: Your one-stop guide

Delhi's Odd-Even formula implemented from today: Your one-stop guide

Here's your one-stop guide to the Odd-Even scheme that will help you prepare better for being on the roads in Delhi for the next fortnight.

6,000 extra buses on Delhi roads from January 1 to 15

One of the main criticisms of the odd-even formula has been the lack of adequate number of public transport vehicles.

To make odd-even formula a success, Delhi govt to make available 4000 additional buses

The Delhi government has tied up with the Delhi Contract Bus Association, an apex body of contract carriage and tourist bus operators in Delhi.

CCTV in 5,000 Delhi buses in I phase, Rs 100 cr to be spent

In an effort to enhance security in city buses, particularly for women commuters, Aam Aadmi Party government has decided to install close circuit television (CCTV) cameras in 5,000 buses in the first phase, besides deploying trained marshals.

Home guards keep Delhi buses safe at night

The uniformed men are Delhi government`s home guards posted on night buses to ensure the safety of commuters, especially women.

Buses to come with CCTV cameras for safety of women: Delhi govt

In the wake of a widespread outrage over the gang rape and brutal assault of a 23-year-old para-medical student in a bus, Delhi govt said it would install CCTV cameras inside the buses to ensure safety of women passengers.

Delhi to get 1,500 more buses

Over 1,500 buses would soon be added to the cluster bus service being operated by pvt parties under PPP model.

DTC over-charging passengers, says consumer forum

The DTC is overcharging passengers, flouting law on fare with impunity, a Delhi district consumer forum has ruled.

CWG makeover? DTC back to plying old buses

Sleek low-floor buses of the DTC were supposed to be a gift to Delhiites, offering a smooth ride from the time of the 19th Commonwealth Games.