In the wake of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal criticising Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s (DMRC) move to increase parking charges from May 1, DMRC has written to the Delhi government, justifying the decision.
DMRC has said that the current parking charges are lower than the charges being levied by the civic agencies and as a result, many people who don’t travel by the metro are using its parking lots.
DMRC had on Wednesday announced that it is going to revise parking charges, which were last increased in 2013. The parking charges for cars and two-wheelers have been hiked by 50% across most slabs. Read More
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