Haryana, Raj, Delhi & UP Sign Pact for Seamless Movement of Passenger Vehicles in Delhi-NCR

There will likely be a single-point taxation system for taxis, autorickshaws and state-run buses in Delhi-NCR, with Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh signing an settlement for seamless motion of passenger autos within the area, a press release stated. However, the NCR Planning Board, which held its assembly on Tuesday, deferred its approval on the draft Regional Plan-2041 and requested NCR states to submit their feedback about it within the subsequent board assembly.

In the assembly, the NCRPB additionally launched an online geo-portal for NCR, which covers info of assorted sectors like land use, transport, industries, water, energy, well being, shelter, heritage and tourism, catastrophe administration, and many others. introduced as Line, Point and Polygon options. The board assembly additionally permitted the sub-regional plans for Delhi and UP with caveats and mentioned the progress of labor associated to delineation of NCR.

“All of us shall work closely together in visualising and building a future ready National Capital Region of new vibrant India with citizen centric infrastructure which is harmonious, environment friendly, smart-digital technology driven, towards building an economically prosperous region, in tune with attainment of SDGs,” Union Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri stated in a press release. In the assembly, Puri launched the Combined Reciprocal Common Transport Agreement (CRCTA) for state carriage and contract carriage amongst governments of Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

This settlement will guarantee seamless motion of passenger autos within the NCR. “There will be single point taxation for all motor cabs/taxis/auto rickshaw; all stage carriage buses, all State Transport Undertakings (STUs) of NCR, including city bus services. This will encourage shift of traffic from private vehicles to mass public transport vehicles and will help to ease traffic congestion and reduce air pollution,” the NCRPB stated in a press release.

An online geo-portal for NCR developed by NIC for NCR Planning Board was additionally launched within the fortieth assembly of the board. “The geo-portal for NCR, as a robust central database repository, has been developed with up-to-the mark User Interface, Access Control and Dynamic functionalities, etc. It is expected to greatly benefit sun-regional and local planning in NCR,” the assertion stated. The assembly was chaired Puri and attended by Chief Minister of Haryana Manohar Lal Khattar, Minister of Khadi and Gram Udyog, Kapda, MSME and NRI Department Uttar Pradesh, Sidharth Nath Singh, Minister of Urban Development, Rajasthan, Shanti Kumar Dhariwal, Minister of Urban Development, Delhi Government Satyendar Jain together with different officers.

The Draft Regional Plan-2041 (DRP-2041) was additionally mentioned within the assembly whereby the NCRPB Chairman had a view that the DRP-2041 must be put in public area for suggestions and feedback on the earliest in order that the plan is finalised quickly, it stated. “The chairman asked the states to submit their comments which will be taken up in next meeting of NCRPB. The chairman also directed to convene the board meeting to discuss draft Regional Plan-2041 exclusively soon,” the assertion stated.


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