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21.6.14

TRANSPORTATION NEWS * India: DTC buses' - PMPML's Strike

700 DTC buses break down every day

New Delhi,India -The Times of India, by Rumu Banerjee -Jun 20, 2014: -- The Delhi Transport Corporation finds itself facing an unprecedented crisis of breakdowns. The corporation has admitted that 600-700 of its buses have been failing every day in the past few weeks - that's roughly one in every six DTC bus on the road and an unheard of breakdown rate of almost 16%... Add to that an average of 33 cluster buses that fail on the road every day and you get a picture of the breakdown epidemic facing the public transport system in Delhi, mainly on account of DTC's aging and inefficient fleet. Officials admit the corporation is so busy repairing its broken vehicles each day that services are hit... The fact that most other DTC buses plying on the roads are headed for scrap-having outlived their life- adds to the problem. Spare-parts for these buses are difficult to come by, thus leading to more break downs...


* Maharashtra - Bus drivers go on strike

(Photo: Pune it seems to have the worst public transport in India) Pune,Maharashtra,India -The Times of India -Jun 20, 2014: -- About 40 PMPML buses, operated by a private transport operator, were off roads in Pimpri Chinchwad on Thursday following a strike by the drivers. All the buses are from Bhosari depot... PMPML officials, however, said that the bus services were not disrupted as the buses were taken from other depots... Although the reason for the strike is not certain, the drivers claim that they have not received their salaries in the past couple of months. PMPML has over 300 buses operated by different private operators. The transport undertaking pays the operators on the basis of kilometres covered by each bus per day... PMPML officials said that they have no idea whether the drivers would resume work on Friday...

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