Union Minister Nitin Gadkari stresses upon need to make public transport more people friendly, safe and pollution free

Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has stressed upon the need to make public transport more people friendly, safe and pollution free. Addressing the 40th Meeting of the Transport Development Council, Mr Gadkari said that States must increasingly adopt alternative fuels in the operation of buses and stressed the use of CNG, LNG, Electric vehicles and ethanol blended fuels. 

Mr Gadkari assured the States of his full support and cooperation in their endeavours to make public transport modern and efficient. He also stressed upon the need to improve the quality of buses and public transport so that more people are attracted to avail the services by shunning the personal vehicles.


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