In many ways, there are similarities between Great Eastern Shipping (GE) and Shipping Corporation of India (SCI). Both are great survivors of the Indian shipping industry. Despite turbulent times in global markets
State-owned Wapcos Ltd on November 5 signed an MoU with Indian arm of Austria-based Doppelmayr India Pvt Ltd to start passenger ropeways or cable cars in India. The move is expected to resolve traffic congestion and last mile connectivity issues in the country.
The government’s focus is on boosting public transport as the number of people hailing taxi aggregators may swell to 1 crore daily in the next two-three years from 35 lakh daily at present, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said Thursday.
Keen on promoting innovative modes of transport, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari Thursday said the government may induct hybrid aeroboats in the upcoming Kumbh fair and also for ferrying people to Taj Mahal (Agra) from the national capital.
Dwarka expressway: Gadkari calls Kejriwal, discusses tree-cutting permission for early start of work
Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari, on Thursday , held a discussion with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and raised the matter of expediting the process of acquiring the necessary permissions for felling and transplanting trees
The Ease of Mobility Index for 2018 a study prepared by the OIa’s Mobility Institute, is truly a revolutionary study. It has conducted a study on various parameters across the nation to show how easy it is to commute to various cities in the country.
Ease of Mobility : Catamarans, luxury double-decker buses and faster Metro trains soon to be a reality
If the plans are executed as envisioned, soon, India could see aero-boats, double-decker electric buses and catamarans up and running between major cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur.
Russia has expressed interest in investing in projects like Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) and smart cities besides railways, and public transport, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu has said.
Most buses under the state-run Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) will stay off roads on Monday as contractual employees of the corporation are observing a strike for want of better wages. The protest comes despite the Delhi
As many as 174 new drivers who had been recently appointed would start working from Wednesday and run roadways buses on as many routes.
Even as the coordination committee of the striking Haryana Roadways employees on Tuesday decided to continue their strike till October 25, the government claimed an improvement in the situation with over 2,800 buses now running on roads across the state.