During the process, the Department of Heavy Industry received 86 proposals from 26 states or UTs for the deployment of 14,988 e-buses.
The assets that NIIF is planning to buy are four toll roads that are in operations and two in construction.
Both UPSRTC and KSRTC have used the system provided by Mumbai-based start-up Sixth Sensor Technology.
The government is pursuing the TOT model to help raise resources and attract private funding, which has remained subdued.
BMTC has come up with a draft policy on open data, the first step towards enabling private individuals to access real-time bus information.
In a letter sent to the NHAI, the highways ministry has asked for conversion of all toll lanes at all national highways to 'FASTag lanes'.
Gadkari said the Ministry of Finance has given its in- principle approval to the project and his Ministry has approached the World Bank to implement it.
At present, about 30% of toll collected across more than 400 toll plazas managed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is done electronically.
Gadkari said the govt has prepared a Rs 14,000 crore plan for preventing road accidents that could help save precious lives.
The Karnataka government’s ban on app-based ride-pooling services in Bengaluru is the antithesis of sustainable mobility in every sense.
The All-India Motor Transport Congress also alleged that there is a move to make way for foreign players into the industry through such moves.
Citing the example of Uttar Pradesh, Gadkari said that some states are coming forward to share 50% of the total land acquisition costs, which is helping in swift implementation of projects.
Road Transport and Highways ministry has prescribed a common standard format and design of the driving licence for whole of the country.
Mashparni's benefits include boosting body energy, strengthening muscles and increasing sperm count. Neem is known as an air purifier and disinfectant.
NHAI will roll out an experiment of gantrybased tolling system on the Panipat-Ambala stretch of NH-44 which will enable commuters to zip through tolls even at 100-120 kmph speed.
Launched with fanfare five years ago, FASTag is still plagued by teething troubles.
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