Delhi Pollution: Parking your car made more expensive. It is part of a larger plan to clean air and boost public transportation.
The price of parking in Delhi has doubled from before. This new price will be applicable till January 31, 2024. This applies to both cars parked on the road and those parked off the road.
There are a total of 91 parking spaces in the New Delhi Municipal Council area. However, only 41 of these locations are managed by NDMC. While others are looked after by different groups.
Some of the popular parking spots in NDMC area include Rajpath, AIIMS, Sarojini Nagar Market, Khan Market and Lodhi Road. There is often a lot of traffic at these places.
Delhi government has made a new plan to reduce pollution. They are paying people more money to park their cars when the air is very dirty.
This is why. Because that’s when the winds are really bad. So they want. That people use buses or trains instead of driving their cars. This will help make the air cleaner and better to breathe for everyone.