India is trying to make Chabahar Port in Iran operational by 2019, the government said in a statement on Friday, despite a threat of renewed U.S. sanctions against Tehran.
Indefinite nationwide truck strike begins; 90 lakh trucks to be off roads in protest against soaring fuel prices
Truck owners and operators launched an indefinite nationwide strike on Monday against increasing diesel prices and a sharp hike of third-party insurance premium.
After a trial run of more than two months, the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation is all set to procure more CNG buses. A tender for 10 fully-built CNG buses of BSIV emission norms has been floated by the KSRTC.
Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shipping, Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation Mr Nitin Gadkari is holding a two day review of the ongoing National Highways projects at Goa and tomorrow.
To give a major fillip to freight movement and reduce travelling time between major cities in Tamil Nadu, the Centre is planning four major road projects in delta and southern districts.
The Telangana government plans to replace about 4,000 state-run public transport vehicles in Hyderabad, run on diesel, with electric vehicles in a phased manner, state Municipal Administration Minister K T Rama Rao said on Friday.
If there is one minister in the Narendra Modi government who has delivered in spades, it is Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport, Shipping and Waterways. While there are several other ministers who have performed extremely well
Plans are afoot to set up 20 vehicle scrap centres once the government finalises its vehicle scrapping policy that proposes to scrap 20-year old commercial vehicles, a steel ministry official said on Thursday.
This Indian Railways project to turn PM Narendra Modi’s ‘transformation through transportation’ vision into reality
Texmaco Rail and Engineering on Wednesday said it has won a Rs 200-crore contract to construct a rail line between Agartala in India and Akhaura in Bangladesh.
To carry out its ambitious plan of creating a fleet of 1,000 electric buses, Delhi government is trying to rope in private players who would procure and operate these buses in lieu of the operating cost paid by the government.