Auto, Taxi Fares Hiked In Delhi Over Rising CNG Prices


The auto, taxi fares have been hiked in Delhi amid rise in CNG costs, making travellling inside the metropolis costlier. The Delhi authorities has agreed to the upward revision in costs, a proper notification shall be out quickly.

The auto fares had been final revised in 2020, whereas the the identical for the taxi was executed in 2013.

In keeping with the federal government determination, a commuter taking an auto must pay Rs 30 as an alternative of the present Rs 25 for the primary 1.5 kilometres. For each subsequent kilometre, the pasenger must pay Rs 11 instead of the present Rs 9.

For taxis, for the primary kilometre, there isn’t a change in charges for each AC and non-AC automobiles. Subsequently, the per kilometre cost has been hiked from Rs 14 to Rs 17 for non-AC automobiles and from Rs 16 to Rs 20 for AC automobiles.

There isn’t any change within the ready expenses and it’ll stay on the current Rs 30 per hour.

Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot had obtained many representations from the auto-rickshaw and taxi associations and unions on the difficulty of hike in fares.

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