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Delhi odd-even: Few challans issued, many violators let off with a warning

At a press conference at the Delhi Secretariat, Manish Sisodia said 170 challans were issued by traffic police personnel, 15 by officials of the enforcement wing of the Transport Department, and the rest by officials under the SDMs.

Odd-even is based on trust, Delhi CM tells parents of schoolgoing children

The road-rationing scheme, which was notified Friday, has the provision of exempting vehicles carrying children in school uniform. However, parent groups have been asking for clarity on it.

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Odd-even plan: Vehicles carrying school kids in uniform exempted

Briefing reporters on the road rationing system, Arvind Kejriwal said the odd-even plan will also be applicable to all government officials, including the chief minister. 

Odd-even won’t affect 2-wheelers, CM Arvind Kejriwal nod soon

Under the amended MV Act, authorities can impose a fine up to Rs 20,000 for odd-even related violations.

Private CNG cars won’t be spared during odd-even in Delhi, jury out on bikes

The Delhi Transport Department has told the CM in an official note that potential benefits from the odd-even scheme will be “lessened significantly” if two-wheelers are exempted as they comprise as much as 88% of the city’s vehicular fleet.

Exemptions to 2-wheelers will undermine odd-even: Transport dept opinion

Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot, however, told The Indian Express that two-wheelers will have to be given certain exemptions as the existing transport infrastructure will not be able absorb the load.

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Delhi: As odd-even, free rides approach, bus procurement yet to gather pace

As part of the timeline to augment the cluster bus fleet, Delhi is supposed to get at least 320 new buses ahead of October 29, when the scheme to allow women to travel for free in buses will come into force.

Clearing the air

Odd-even policy is no magic bullet to tackle pollution. But it is sure to trigger a conversation about Delhi’s environment

Delhi's odd-even scheme in 2016: Challenges and lessons

The first time the policy was implemented in 2016, the government had taken the risk of becoming the first city in India to implement such a road-rationing policy.

CM Kejriwal takes aim at pollution with laser show, environment marshals and masks

Discussions are expected over the next few days to decide how these masks will be distributed, officials said.

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