Mumbaikars lose 85 minutes a day in traffic jams
Mumbaikars spend an average 85 minutes a day stuck in traffic snarls and the situation gets worst in the evening with over 90% people being affected, found a survey conducted by a non-profit as part of a study on effects of congestion on people.
Scooty owner challaned Rs 6,300 after Priyanka Gandhi rides it without helmet in Lucknow: Traffic police
Congress leader Dheeraj Gurjar drove...
Indian domestic passenger traffic hits 11.3% growth in November: IATA
"However, economic growth (in India) in the third quarter was the weake...
AirAsia flight returns to Kolkata airport after bomb scare
A few minutes after the flight took off from the airport, a woman passenger on board allegedly gave a note to one of the cabin crew, asking it to be delivered to the pilot. The note said there were bombs strapped to her body and she would detonate it any moment, an airport official said.
States can't lower prescribed traffic fines: Law Ministry
The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways sought legal opinion from the Ministry of Law and Justice, after one of the states had notified the fines for certain compoundable offences below that prescribed by the Act.
DGCA suspends pilot of AirAsia India flight for runway incursion at Mumbai airport
"The Air Traffic Control (ATC) gave clear instructions to the pilots of flight IAD374 which was heading to Indore to just stand at the holding point RWY32 at Mumbai airport. Even though, the co-pilot read back ATC instructions correctly to the PIC, the latter breached the holding point," the official of DGCA said.
Watch: Traffic snarls on New Year in Delhi
Traffic snarls were witnessed in New Delhi on the occasion of New Year 2020. India Gate, Barapullah Flyover were jam-packed. Adequate securi...
BOT concession period rejig after periodic traffic density review
In such projects, private sector developers build roads using their funds, operate and then transfer them to the government after a specified period. The government is reworking guidelines for BOT projects to make them more investor friendly as it looks to revive private investment in the sector.
DGCA suspends GoAir pilots for landing flight after losing visual reference before touch down
The crew considered wrong visual reference as the centre line of the runway and consequently, manoeuvred the aircraft to the left of the runway at Bengaluru airport, he said, terming it a "serious" incident.
Highways may be ranked on safety, mobility
During the assessment of highways, NHAI will look at the duration of traffic jams on highway stretches, the way-side amenities available and tow-away facilities in case of vehicle breakdown. Depending on the observations from the exercise, changes and improved practices will be incorporated in the design stage itself.
Delhi: Man fined by traffic police, sets his bike on fire in anger
A 20-year-old man set his motorcycle on fire in Delhi on Jan 01 after his motorcycle was impounded and he was fined by traffic police.Delhi:...
Trai seeks views on traffic management under net neutrality
Trai sought public views on the contours of reasonable Internet traffic management practices that don’t infringe on rules.
FASTag seems to be pulling a fast one
With the compulsory implementation of FASTag fast approaching, commuters heading to Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) are scared to use it. They have complained about paying 'double toll'.
Centre asks states to enforce amended MV Act citing attorney general's opinion
The road transport and highways ministry had notified the law on September 1 and later notified over 60 sections including 24 offences. This made the transport ministry seek legal opinion whether states could set penalties below the prescribed range.
Cold wave worsens Delhi weather; foggy air, rail traffic
Dense fog across north India disrupted flight and train operations in the region, also impacting air and rail services elsewhere in the country.
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