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Delhi High Court dismisses plea against odd-even

In his plea filed through advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi, the petitioner had claimed the scheme was “arbitrary”, as polluting vehicles, like two-wheelers, were exempt while CNG vehicles were not.

Delhi: Two-wheelers, women drivers exempt from odd-even curbs

Among the exemptions are lone women drivers, those with women co-passengers or children below 12 years of age; vehicles ferrying children in school uniform; and commercial CNG vehicles.


Delhi: NGT says petition against odd-even ‘not maintainable’

Launching the plan, CM Arvind Kejriwal had said, “Studies show 10% to 13% reduction in pollution because of (odd-even) scheme, which is only an emergency measure, but the smog from stubble burning creates such an emergency.”

Delhi: This time too, women, 2-wheelers likely to be exempted from odd-even

During the odd-even period, private cars bearing registration number plates ending with odd and even digits are allowed to ply on alternate days.

Odd-even based on findings from foreign countries: Plea in NGT

The petition, drawn and filed by advocate Gaurav Kumar Bansal, said an assessment by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) found that the ambient air quality in Delhi during the 2016 odd-even scheme had deteriorated.

Delhi odd-even policy: Key air pollutant, surface-level ozone lower than last April

The volume of ozone saw a sharp dip in the first three days of odd-even scheme, but since then, it has been rising, although the spike has not been as steep as last year around the same time.


Odd-even phase II: Decision on exempting women drivers today

Kalpana Viswanath, of NGO Jagori, said the exemption is required for now as there is a dearth of safe public transport. “But it could be done away with in the long run,” she said.

Once more, with feeling

AAP government has handled Delhi’s odd-even scheme well, encouraging a culture of willing compliance

Odd-even review meeting: Phase II to address issue of second car, how kids will commute to school

Taking stock of operations during the first phase, two main concerns emerged during the meeting — commuting by school children and the possibility of people buying another car to circumvent the restrictions.

Odd-even: More traffic personnel, volunteers deployed on Day 2

Two wheelers and CNG-run vehicles have also been exempted.