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Dry run for odd/even policy on 30 December. Here's how it's going to work

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 2:54 IST

With just four days to go before the Odd Even policy is implemented in the national capital, the AAP government has decided to go in for a dry run on 30 December.

  • The test run will be conducted between 8 am and 8 pm.

  • 10, 000 civil defence volunteer to be present at traffic signals.
  • The Metro will run on peak frequency on the day.
  • A fleet of 3,000 buses has been registered to absorb the new flow of commuters.
  • Buses will be forced to follow bus lanes on December 30.
  • Twitter will respond to queries on bus routes.
  • The Delhi government on Sunday conducted a trial run of around 750 private buses to be plied during the road-rationing experiment that begins from 1 January.
  • State Transport Minister Gopal Rai extended the registration date for enrolling private buses, which will be plying under 'DTC Paryavaran Bus Sewa' during the 15-day-trial period of the scheme.
  • The policy will be implemented from 1 January, 2016 for 15 days on a temporary basis.
  • The policy aims at bringing down the air pollution levels in Delhi.
With inputs from PTI
First published: 28 December 2015, 2:18 IST
 
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