The Eastern Peripheral Expressway, which was launched in May 2018, has brought down vehicular pollution in Delhi by at least 7%, a recent study has indicated.
The Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) conducted the study on behalf of the Delhi government’s environment department, taking the source apportionment study done by IIT Kanpur in 2016, as its basis.
“..The results have been submitted to the environment department,” said Ravindra Kumar, head of transportation planning and environment at CSIR-CRRI. Read More
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