Traffic halted in Channel Tunnel after smoke seen: Eurotunnel

Traffic was suspended in the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France on Saturday after smoke was detected, according to the Eurotunnel firm that operates it.

Commuter train crash leaves 40 injured in Brazil

At least 40 people were injured when two commuter trains collided in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state, authorities have said.

Delhi govt to issue permits to 10k new autorickshaws

 In a move that will increase the numbers of autorickshaws in the capital, Delhi government will issue permits to 10,000 new autos and give top priority to women drivers to run three-wheelers in the city.

Washington takes on Uber with its own taxi app

Washington is developing a smartphone app to enable its taxis to compete head-on with Uber and other ride-sharing services, the US capital`s taxi commission said Friday.

Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards 2014: Into the life of a truck driver

A special programme on Mahindra Transport Excellence Awards 2014.

Uniform multi-modal transport policy on anvil: Gadkari

 To strengthen the country's transportation system, the government is working on a uniform multi-modal transport policy that would cover road and sea ways among others.

Odisha govt announces reduction in bus fare

 Odisha government on Wednesday announced reduction in fares by one paise per km for ordinary and express buses following the recent cut in diesel prices.

Maharashtra Assembly polls: What do people want?

Maharashtra Assembly polls: What do people want?

Gadkari to visit flood-hit J&K, lauds BRO for assistance

Union Road, Transport, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari, who met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh here on Wednesday, said that he would be visiting Jammu and Kashmir within the next three days to review the road connectivity in the flood-ravaged state.

British police arrest second man over container death

A second man was arrested on Wednesday over the death of an Afghan Sikh and the discovery of 34 others in an airless shipping container, police said.

Regional Transport Offices will be abolished soon: Nitin Gadkari

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari announced that the central government would soon scrap regional transport offices.

French rail network `rundown` but being repaired`: Minister

Transport Minister Frederic Cuvillier admitted Monday that France`s rail network had become "extremely rundown" but insisted safety problems that led to a fatal accident last year were being addressed.

Brazil wins on hospitality, loses on traffic: Report

Foreign World Cup tourists say they are impressed with the hospitality of their host country despite finding fault with services and transport, Brazilian newspaper O Globo reported Sunday.

Delhi govt plans to put 1.5 lakh more autorickshaws on roads

Delhi government plans to add over 1.5 lakh autorickshaws to the existing fleet with an aim to improve availability of the three-wheelers in the national capital, a senior Transport department official said.

Brazil minister sees no mass movement to halt World Cup

Mass protests against inequality are unlikely to disrupt the World Cup in Brazil, the country`s sports minister Aldo Rebelo said on Monday.

Recife may be only 2014 World Cup venue without fan fest

Recife could be the only 2014 World Cup venue in Brazil without an official fan fest after the city mayor said he would not spend public money to organise and host events.

Angola says Greek oil tanker `faked` hijacking

A Greek oil tanker that disappeared off the coast of Angola last week faked its hijacking and has been located in Nigerian waters, the Angolan navy said Sunday.

Haryana employees` strike ends

The 72-hour strike by around two lakh employees of the Haryana government and semi-government bodies ended, even as normal life remained affected due to power cuts and disruption of water supply.

Drive in Goa to curb reckless driving accidents by students

The Goa transport department has begun an extensive drive against students plying two-wheelers without licence, after a fatal accident left three college youths dead in Ponda town.

Andhra Pradesh transport strike hits Odisha bus passengers

Many Odisha State Road Transport Corporation buses are unable to enter Andhra Pradesh due to the strike.