“Diesel heavy vehicles plying in Delhi at night will have to pay for polluting the city’s air. In its first budget, the AAP government has proposed congestion fees of Rs 100 to Rs 1,500 on different classes of goods vehicles in the form of a tax. More than 50,000 heavy vehicles enter the city every day. However, there will be no charge on buses and diesel taxis. The money thus collected will be used to improve public transport facilities, install weighbridges that can check the weight of moving vehicles, and for other initiatives to improve air quality, deputy CM Manish Sisodia said while presenting the budget. ” The Times of India. Read it on delhiair.org.
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