03 Sep 2011
The second day of the Delhi Assembly session saw ruling party discussing shabby condition of roads in the national capital.
04 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) along with Public Works Department of Delhi government and International Road Federation (IRF) have chalked out a plan to treat and remove ten major accident black spots identified by Delhi Traffic police on priority basis in the capital.
21 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The Jat quota stir today reached Delhi as agitating community members held demonstrations at various places, leading to severe disruption of traffic on several arterial roads.
12 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Major arterial stretches in the national capital witnessed severe traffic snarls this evening, giving a harrowing time to commuters in the city due to the World Culture Festival and over 20,000 marriages yesterday.
02 May 2016
New Delhi: The city groaned under traffic woes today as hundreds of cab drivers blocked National Highway 8 and Ring Road, protesting against action by enforcement agencies following the Supreme Court's decision to ban diesel taxis in Delhi.
01 May 2016
New Delhi: Commuters may face inconvenience as nearly 27,000 diesel-run taxis will not be allowed to ply on the capital's roads from today after the Supreme Court yesterday refused to extend the April 30 deadline fixed for their conversion into CNG mode.
04 Dec 2015
New Delhi: In a bid to combat rising pollution, the Delhi government today decided that odd and even number vehicles will ply on alternate days in the city from January 1, official sources said.
03 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The striking workers of MCD today blocked major roads in the capital throwing peak hour traffic out of gear even as the Delhi government suggested that the continuing protests, that have brought the city to its knees, were political and instigated by BJP.
25 Jul 2015
New Delhi: The roads in the National Capital will be re-designed to give them a new shape, Delhi's PWD Minister Satyendar Jain said here today.
28 Dec 2015
New Delhi: The Delhi government today announced it would run 3,000 additional buses on the capital's roads starting January 1 in a bid to help commuters, considering the implementation of the odd-even-numbered vehicle restriction formula.