Agartala is the capital city of one of our eastern most states of India, Tripura. Even with much smaller vehicle numbers the city is witnessing increase in pollution levels and severe congestion. The city is built for walking and cycling and buses. The city must retain its strength and not let cars take over the space.
Agartala plans to be a CNG run city by 2013 and is also promoting battery operated vehicles. First generation reforms to improve fuel quality and enforce EURO norms have been successfully implemented.
Air and mobility facts
Peak hour traffic speed in Agartala varies from as low as 8 kmph to 24 kmph. About 40 per cent of the road length has speed less than 20kmph. About 60 percent of road length has speed varying from 20-30kmph
Action on vehicles
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding dumping of waste, Agartala, Tripura, 28/07/2022
- Order of the Tripura High Court regarding handling of Coronavirus in Tripura, 31/05/2021
- Order of the National Green Tribunal regarding solid waste management in Tripura, 07/05/2019
- Malaria cases are decreasing in Tripura: Minister Sudip Roy Barman
- 5 drown, toll hits 11 as flood affects 4.5 lakh in Assam
- Tripura mulls roads with recycled plastic