Vehicles in Delhi: By how much has the number of vehicles decreased in Delhi due to cancellation of registration? Know the number of vehicles per thousand people in the capital now
New Delhi. There has been a drastic reduction in the number of vehicles in Delhi. In the Economic Survey Report 2021-22 (Economic Survey Report 2021-22), the number of registered vehicles in the capital has now come down to 79.17 lakhs. In the year 2020-21, this number was 1 crore 22 lakh 53 thousand 350. Let us tell you that the Transport Department of Delhi has canceled the registration of about 50 lakh vehicles in the last few months. The canceled vehicles include diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years.
In the Economic Survey Report 2021-22 presented in the Delhi Legislative Assembly, now 472 vehicles per thousand people are registered in Delhi. This figure was 655 in the year 2020-21. Currently, more than 52 lakh vehicles are two-wheelers in the total registered vehicles in Delhi. Presently 20 lakh 76 thousand cars are registered in Delhi. Similarly, in other registered vehicles, 93 thousand 578 autos, 85 thousand 33 taxis, 17 thousand 522 buses, 1145 ambulances, 2 lakh 61 thousand 318 freight vehicles and 1 lakh 14 thousand 504 other passenger vehicles are registered.
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Number of vehicles registered in the capital
For the last few months, the number of e-vehicles in Delhi is increasing rapidly. According to the Economic Survey report, now more than 93 thousand 160 vehicles are registered in Delhi. Of these, there are about 43 thousand two-wheelers. According to the Transport Department, currently 10 percent of the total number of registered e-vehicles are electric vehicles.
Now this will affect pollution
The effect of the Delhi Transport Department’s efforts to curb vehicular pollution in Delhi is clearly visible. Most of the vehicles causing pollution in Delhi have now disappeared from the road. Last year till January 31, there were about 1.34 crore registered vehicles in Delhi, out of which more than 78 lakh were included as active vehicles by the Transport Department.
Diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years will not ply in Delhi.
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Let us tell you that in the year 2018, the Supreme Court had said in one of its orders that diesel vehicles older than 10 years and petrol vehicles older than 15 years will not ply in Delhi. The vehicles whose registrations were canceled at that time included 46 lakh petrol vehicles older than 15 years, 4,15,362 diesel vehicles older than 10 years and 1,46,681 petrol and CNG vehicles. This matter kept getting postponed for some reason or the other for many years, but strictness started on it last year.
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Tags: Annual Economic Survey, commercial vehicles, delhi air pollution, Electric Vehicles
FIRST PUBLISHED : March 21, 2023, 13:14 IST