Karnataka might have set itself an ambitious target of 2,400MW for grid-connected rooftop generation projects by 2021, but the going seems to be slow in eight districts coming under the jurisdiction of the Bangalore Electric Supply Company (Bescom).
After the recent security scare of the honeycomb near Trinity Metro Station, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) is all set to conduct an extensive safety audit of metro Phase I, reports Bangalore Mirror.
To take advantage of the economics of scale that will accompany the development of industrial corridor between South India’s two major cities, Karnataka’s Industries and Commerce Principal Secretary told Deccan Herald
Namma Metro recorded its highest daily ridership at 4.49 lakh on Wednesday (17 October). The previous highest ridership record was 4.36 lakh recorded on 9 September, reports Deccan Herald.
In view of Dasara, KSRTC will operate over 2,500 additional buses from the city from October 17 to 22. These will start from Kempegowda, Mysuru Road and Shantinagar bus stations to intra and interstate destinations.
Jaipur has found its place among the world’s top 10 smart renewable cities (SRCs). Jaipur stood third while silicon city Bengaluru came sixth. Consultancy firm Deloitte released a report named ‘Global Renewable Energy Trends’.
The Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation’s (BMTC) ambitious plan of rolling out a fleet of electric buses may not materialise now. Although the transport utility had planned to operate electric buses from October
The state government is ready to fund or mobilise an additional Rs 1,000 crore for Namma Metro’s Nagawara-Kempegowda Airport route provided there is an assurance that the sum would be reimbursed to it when the line is in place, said a top official.
With the average speed of public buses down to a crawl, the Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is keen to have bus priority lanes at least on some roads in the city. The idea, rejected by the previous government, could now come up before the yet-to-be-formed Integrated Road Transport Authority.
After long delays, the environment-friendly compressed natural gas (CNG) cabs will finally hit city roads this month-end.