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BEST committee drops plan to buy new low-floor buses

The move comes in the backdrop of frequent breakdowns of a similar set of buses purchased by BEST in 2005.

CTU yet to float tenders for 98 low-floor buses

It was in December 2012,when the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking(CTU) had first floated tenders for the procurement of 98 fully built low floor A/C and non A/C buses. Eight months and three re-tenders later CTU is yet to finalise the procurement of the new buses which are required to replace the condemned buses still plying on […]


More JNNURM funds for low-floor buses

The Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) has been allocated an additional Rs 14,873 crore in the Budget as against Rs 7,383 crore last year

Cluster buses introduced in North and West Delhi

Public transport system in North and West Delhi areas is all set to improve as 50 semi low- floor buses were introduced

Delhi govt had its moments of agony and joy in 2010

The government also modernised its bus transport network by inducting over 3,500 swanky low-floor buses.

Dikshit flags off 200 low-floor buses

Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday flagged off 200 modern low-floor CNG buses,which are part of the Express Bus Service launched on the lines of the chartered bus service.


Soon,sensors to track bus breakdowns

After facing criticism for a series of fire-related mishaps in DTC’s low-floor buses in recent months,the Delhi government is looking at installing sensors on the fleet to keep a tab on technical breakdowns and fix a problem in time.

Low-floor buses to be flagged off on March 3

The long wait of city residents for low-floor buses will finally end on March 3,when the UT Administration will launch the non-AC low-floor bus service.

Finally,Tata hands over five low-floor buses to UT Admn

After more than a month,five out of 14 low-floor buses were handed over to the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) today. These 14 buses arrived at Chandigarh on December 28 last year.

No straight road to travel in rural stretches

From Badarpur-Mehrauli Road to Nazafgarh,Dabri,Uttam Nagar and Hari Nagar clock tower,most rural stretches are in terrible shape - the roads are either dust stretches or full of potholes.