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BEST to roll out more AC buses in Mumbai

The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Trust (BEST) is planning to revive the ridership of its loss-making air-conditioned buses by increasing their number and initiating...

Mumbai Metro commuters prefer smart cards over tickets

A majority of the Mumbai Metro passengers use smart card to commute and save time by not standing in queues to purchase tickets.

Mumbai airport left stinking as 1,900 housekeeping workers go on 18-hour...

Mumbai: More than 1,900 housekeeping workers at the airport went on an 18-hour flash-strike from last night, demanding increase in wages, which impacted passenger amenities at both the domestic and international terminals.

Mangaluru-Mumbai bus meets with accident – Driver dead, four injured

An Anand Travels bus travelling from Mangaluru to Mumbai met with an accident late night on Monday June 22, resulting in the death of one person and injury to four others.

More rain expected in Mumbai today, situation likely to worsen; people...

But the two new showpieces - the Mumbai Metro Rail and Monorail - functioned normally, a spokesperson for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) said.

Mumbai Metro: Branding on track

Mumbai Metro One is sparing no effort (and money although they refuse to put a figure down) to drive home the transformative power of its 11.4 kilometre line that connects what are, arguably, the messiest and most congested parts of the city.

Uber looks to return to Delhi roads with new licence

Almost a month after it was banned from operating by the Delhi government, US-based online taxi booking service provider, Uber, is looking to once again ply on Delhi roads with all the requisite licences and permission

Mumbai to get 550 more women cabbies soon

The city will have a pool of 550 more women drivers by March next year as a host of agencies, in the aftermath of the Delhi rape, have started training them.

Uber GM Shailesh Sawlani attacked in Mumbai

The anger against Uber for the Delhi rape incident took a violent form on Wednesday with an executive of cab service provider's getting attacked in Mumbai.

Mumbai to get 95 women cabbies

By April next year, the city will have more than 7,500 black-and-yellow new taxis added to the current fleet of 35,000 that presently operate in Mumbai. Of these, 95 cabs will be driven by women.

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