Updated January 23rd, 2024 at 15:32 IST
Delhi: Cab Service Providers Will Soon Have to Register Details in Govt’s Push for Passenger Safety
Under the scheme, the entire vehicle fleet of all aggregators and delivery service providers in Delhi has to transition to electric by April 1, 2030.
New Delhi: Cab aggregators and delivery service providers in the national capital will soon have to mandatorily register their vehicle numbers and driver details on a web portal being created by Delhi govt. They will have to register for Delhi Motor Vehicle Aggregator and Delivery Service Provider Scheme, 2023.
The scheme, which was notified last year, also paves the way for bike taxis and mandates that transport aggregators should onboard electric two-wheelers for passenger services. "The portal is almost ready. Cab aggregators and delivery service providers will be required to upload registration number of vehicles and details of each driver," said an official.
Recently, a meeting was held and companies were given details about the portal. The scheme intends to bring aggregator platforms under the ambit of the government to ensure the safety of passengers and customers. It mandates commercial vehicle fleets to ensure a phased conversion to electric mobility to reduce air pollution and enhance green mobility.
Under the scheme, the entire vehicle fleet of all aggregators, delivery service providers and e-commerce entities in Delhi has to transition to electric by April 1, 2030.
(With PTI inputs)
Published January 23rd, 2024 at 15:32 IST