The Motor Vehicle (Amendment) Bill proposes a steep hike in fines for traffic violations.
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Construction and upgradation of 5,411.81 km of roads and 126 bridges to take place.
Co-authored by Revathi KL, Research Associate at the Parliamentary Office of Prof. Rajeev Gowda (M.P., Rajya Sabha) In recent times, there's been an evident rise in the number of urban centres. Addit...
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Engineers in China finally took their innovative elevated bus for a test spin in Hebei province this week. As the photos below show, the bus is designed to straddle roadways, allowing smaller vehicles...
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Why people do find surge pricing acceptable for airlines and the Indian Railways, but not for taxi services? This could be due to two factors: (a) the dynamicity of the price fluctuation which is highly unpredictable and (b) because of the extent to which public relies on these services. Fortunately, there are several possible solutions to the surge pricing conundrum.
Last month, a relative of mine returned from the UK after five long years. When I asked him what he felt coming back to India, he said that it was like travelling in a tram after a bullet train ride. Life had slowed down. Transportation, in particular, was painfully slow. In the course of our conversation, he asked me whether we still considered aviation as a luxury or as an essential commodity. This question got me thinking and as a researcher, I turned to numbers for answers.