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Under different situations, roads of different categories are designed and designated with speeds as per the safety and convenience of the vehicles, designed to cater high-speed traffic without any hindrance, the National Highways under the jurisdiction of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) in its commitment to provide commuters on National Highway a safe, smooth ..
The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways Ministry had mandated to declare all lanes of fee plazas on National Highways as “FASTag lanes” by 1st December 2019, while provisioning one lane (in each direction) which would be kept as hybrid lane to accept FASTag and other modes of payment. The move was taken to give a ..
Topics: Car costs • Electronic toll collection • FASTag • Indian National Highways • Land transport • Ministry of Road Transport and Highways • National Highway • National Highways Authority of India • Road Transport • Roads in India • Toll road • Transport
London has become the world’s first city to implement a special Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) that would charge an entry fee for older vehicles if they do not meet the emission standards. The move aims to reduce toxic air pollution and protect public health. , The ULEZ will be operational for 24 hours and ..
Topics: Air pollution • Electronic toll collection • Emission standard • London low emission zone • Low-emission zone • Motoring taxation in the United Kingdom • Natural environment • Transport in the United Kingdom • Ulez • Ultra Low Emission Zone
London became the first city in the world to implement a Ultra Low Emission Zone for 24×7 hours a week, inside which vehicles will have to meet tough emissions standards or get charged. This zone aims to reduce toxic air pollution and protect public health. Motorists who drive into the zone in a vehicle that ..
Topics: Atmosphere of Earth • Electronic toll collection • Emission standards • Environmental protection • London congestion charge • London low emission zone • Low-emission zone • Motoring taxation in the United Kingdom • Natural environment • Pollution • Transportation planning
The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued notification to make FASTag mandatory for all new four-wheelers from December 1, 2017. The notification follows amendment to Central Motor Vehicle (CMV) Rules, 1989 made by central government as per powers vested in it under Motor Vehicles Act, 1989. Key Facts The notification explained that ..