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Experts state - Less traffic congestion in Delhi reduces local pollution levels

Delhi's Diet Plan

Advanced Search Follow Us on Twitter Tweets by @WRIcities Find Us On Facebook [embedded content] Integrated Transport By Madhav Pai January 25, 2016 0 Comments With Delhi's car-restriction program on the way, decision makers ... WRI, 2 weeks ago
Odd-even: 'Less congestion reducing pollution' Economic Times, 1 month ago

Delhi odd-even: HC asks Kejriwal govt why one week is not enough for testing formula

New Delhi: The Delhi HighCourt on Wednesday sought a response from the Delhi government on three point arguments made by counsel Shweta Bharti on behalf of Petitioners Gunjan Khanna and Manoj Kumar, whether there exists any reasonable relation ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Upcoming Event: The 95th Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting

Advanced Search Follow Us on Twitter Tweets by @WRIcities Find Us On Facebook [embedded content] Integrated Transport By Dario Hidalgo and Ryan Winstead January 5, 2016 0 Comments The 95th annual TRB meeting takes place this ...
 WRI1 month ago
India Today

Political and correct

Educated young people have finally arrived where they can be real game-changers: the political arena. P Rajeev, MLA (BSR Congress) from Kudachi, Karnataka. Photo: Nilotpal Baruah A resident doctor at GM Hospital in Dibrugarh, Assam, Bhaskar ...
 India Today1 month ago

Take BRTS buses to escape pollution

There is about 25 per cent reduction in PM 2.5 level in AC BRTS The Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) might add to our traffic woes, but a study by CEPT University suggests that taking BRTS is a healthier option. The research by the Centre for ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago

India seeks more fuel ethanol use to cut pollution

By ANINDYA UPADHYAY Bloomberg India said it will allow vehicles that run on ethanol and asked the sugar industry to boost production of the clean fuel in measures aimed at paring back pollution that blankets New Delhi. Road Transport Minister Nitin ...
 Hydrocarbon Processing1 month ago India Spurs Ethanol for Vehicles to Combat Pollution in Delhi  Bloomberg1 month ago

Big victory for Cavaliers CC

Prashanth scored a half-century and Yashas bagged four wickets as Cavaliers Cricket Club defeated Freelancers Cricket Club by 68 runs in the KSCA T20 tournament. Batting first, Cavaliers posted a daunting 203/6 in their allotted 20 overs, thanks to ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Public transport are the answers to urban pollution

Mayuresh Sawant feels he should not drive to work, particularly because he has a sports utility vehicle (SUV), which is the category of cars considered the most fuel guzzling. But he says he has no other option. "My first choice is public transport ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Good in short-term with minor tweaks: Experts on AAP ...

New Delhi: Urban mobility experts see sagacity in the AAP government's decision on road rationing, echoing arguments that invoking such restrictions, with minor tweaks, are needed in the short term, also to put across the message that car users are ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago Odd-even rule good but needs minor tweaks: Experts  Economic Times2 months ago Delhi traffic policy good in short-term, needs minor tweaks  Gulf News2 months ago Good in short-term, needs minor tweaks: experts on 'odd-even'  Jagran Post2 months ago
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