“New Delhi, Mar 28 () The city is set to have three more monitoring stations and one mobile van to constantly monitor air quality, the government today announced while enunciating steps to combat spiralling air pollution in the budget for 2016-17.
It also earmarked Rs 137 crore for a long pending project under which LED screens will display pollution levels, public awareness messages and real-time traffic information at public places across the national capital.
“We are constantly monitoring the pollution levels on a real-time basis and have installed six Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations in Delhi. It is proposed to increase it to nine. In addition, one Mobile Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Van is also proposed,” Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said in the House.” The Times of India. Read it on delhiair.org.