The process of inducting 2,000 buses into Delhi’s public transport fleet has started gathering pace with the first lot of buses all set to hit the capital roads by September this year.
The first lot of 251 buses out of total 1,000 cluster scheme buses will start arriving in the capital by September. Three concessionaires have been selected by Delhi government’s transport department to run a total 1,000 buses under four different clusters.
Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is also set to receive its first lot of 40 buses by December 2018 with the technical bids, received in response to the tender floated for 1,000 buses recently, expected to be opened on Friday. Read More
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