Odd-even traffic restrictions possible after March: Delhi minister

New Delhi, Jan 23 (IANS) The odd-even traffic scheme might be implemented in Delhi after March as the initiative will require preparations, Transport Minister Goapl Rai said here on Saturday.

“We might see the implementation of the odd-even scheme in Delhi after March. We have to make some preparations for this,” Rai told IANS on the sidelines of a press briefing.

The Delhi government had implemented the scheme on a trial basis from January 1-15 where odd-numbered four wheelers were allowed to ply on odd dates and even-numbered vehicles on even dates.

The minister also said the Delhi government will add some 3,000 buses by the year end to its fleet.

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