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Haryana Roadways: Govt Gave a Big Gift To People, Electric & CNG Buses Will Run in Haryana

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Haryana Roadways: Procurement of 375 e-buses is in the final stages under the Gross Cost Contract (GCC) model of State Transport. These buses, whose length will be 12 meters, will be supplied to the roadways fleet by June. The state transport is planning to purchase 500 new BS-VI diesel buses and 150 HVAC BS-VI diesel buses. By November, all these new buses will be in the roadways fleet. The Chief Secretary said that only BS-6 standard buses will run from all the stations of Haryana to Delhi.

E-buses will run in 9 municipal corporations, similarly, the process of purchasing 100 e-buses for Faridabad and Gurugram by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs can be completed by December. Delhi: Union Cabinet Secretary discusses air quality management in NCR region. Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal participated in it through video conferencing. He informed that e-buses will be made in nine municipal corporations including Gurugram and Faridabad.

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500 BS III buses will be made by September. Currently, about 1,030 retrofitted BS-III model diesel buses run in Haryana. There are around 500 of these buses in the depots falling in NCR. By October, all 500 BS III buses will be retrofitted and phased out from NCR depots. By October, all BS-4 buses in cities around Delhi like Faridabad, Gurugram and Sonipat will be shifted to non-NCR depots. They will be provided with BS-VI compliant diesel buses, which will improve the environmental balance of the fleet.

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Publish Date: January 19, 2024

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