Delhi Traffic: News

17 Jan 2023


Ashram flyover closure: Traffic snarls on DND Flyway, MG Road

Massive traffic jams and snail-paced movement on several roads leading to the Ashram flyover, which remains closed, left commuters in Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) flustered on Tuesday morning.

18 Dec 2022


Speeding car rams into 3 children in Delhi, driver arrested

In an absolutely horrific incident, three kids sustained multiple injuries after a speeding car rammed into them in Roop Nagar of North Delhi at round 9 am on Sunday.

28 Jun 2022


Delhi government makes PUC certificate mandatory, automatic challans at home

In an effort to reduce pollution, the Delhi government has directed vehicle owners to obtain valid pollution under control certificates (PUCC) to avoid strict fines.

24 Jan 2022


Delhi Traffic Police issues R-Day advisory, check routes to avoid

The Delhi Traffic Police on Monday issued an advisory for Republic Day celebrations that will take place on Wednesday.

31 Dec 2019

Delhi Police

#NewYearsEve: All about the traffic restrictions in Delhi, tonight

Getting to the heart of New Delhi for New Year's celebrations will not be easy tonight, courtesy the number of restrictions that cops have put.

20 Oct 2019


Delhi traffic proves useful; helps police in catching fleeing kidnappers

Nobody likes traffic snarls, but 21-year-old Rijwal could not have wished for anything else on Friday night.

16 Sep 2019

Nitin Gadkari

Delhi woman threatens suicide after challan; cops let her go

In a bizarre incident, a Delhi woman threatened suicide after traffic police stopped her and imposed a hefty fine for multiple traffic violations.

13 Sep 2019

India Today

Truck driver fined Rs. 2L in Delhi; biggest challan yet

Weeks after the amendment of the Motor Vehicles Act, a truck driver in Delhi was slapped with a Rs. 2 lakh fine on Wednesday, the biggest challan yet.

02 Sep 2019


Congress-governed Rajasthan and MP won't implement new Motor Vehicles Act

The new Motor Vehicles Act, aimed at making roads safer for Indians, came into being on Sunday, September 1.