The police also arrive at the transport department to add the vehicle database with phone numbers of the car owners for future prosecutions.
This step was necessary in ensuring road safety in a city which has over 10 million registered vehicles, is significant as more than 1,600 driving licenses are issued in Delhi.
The numbers of e-rickshaws and app-based cabs have reached an increasing growth of about 1000% in comparison to their number in 2015.
Neighbourhood News Desk/ Chennai/ Garima Kotroo The Chennai Municipal Corporation has introduced a ‘smart parking management system’ to monitor the vehicular movements in congested areas across the city. The corporation has already assigned 4,258 parking slots to regulate vehicles in real time. The operation wherein smart cameras will […]
Neighbourhood News Desk/New Delhi/Avi Arya A survey was made by a group of transport researchers from IIT-Delhi, around the city’s roads and public places and found 2,099 vehicles abandoned along road sides. This number doesn’t include the seized vehicles lying outside police stations. It was said that these […]