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KSRTC to double its Ambaari Dream Class fleet by 2020

Named after the golden palanquin placed on elephants at Mysuru Dasara and other festive occasions to carry gold idols of deities, the Ambaari Dream Class was recently picked as the winner of the popular CMO Asia Brand Excellence Award-2019 under Supply Chain & Logistics sector.

Delhi: Transport dept gears up for odd-even, free bus rides to overlap

While the free rides scheme will be implemented from October 29, the car rationing policy will come into effect on November 4 and will go on till November 15.

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Research, not subsidy, will make e-vehicles affordable: Arvind Kejriwal

“The electric vehicle regime cannot be subsidy based. I urge the industry to invest more in research and development so that the prices of such vehicles are brought down. The government can provide the initial impetus,” Arvind Kejriwal said.

Luxembourg to become the first country to make public transport free. How about planning a trip soon?

From The Old Quarter in Luxembourg City to the Grand Ducal Palace, here are a few places you can visit in Luxembourg.

Bus employees’ strike paralyses life in Haryana

The strike was called to oppose inclusion of 720 private buses under the state government’s hiring scheme on km basis apart from joining the call of nationwide strike against the provisions of Motor Vehicle Amendment Bill.

Singapore launches electric car-sharing programme, offering clean transit option

Singapore is now being offered a new public transport system, as BlueSG is helping the city-state to run an electric car-sharing service.

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South Korea uses technology to help pregnant women get seats in subways

South Korean cities are trying to make travel by public transportation friendlier to pregnant women.

Public transport: Key to bridging skill gap

The lack of public transport is often the reason why skills do not move even within the national capital region.

No privatisation of Railways: Suresh Prabhu

Suresh Prabhu said the concept of privatisation gives confusing signals and envisages the possibilities of ownership transfer.

The public transport question: How will party-goers get home?

The lifeline of Mumbai, the suburban train system, takes a break of around three hours after 1 am.

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