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DTO acts tough against buses, shared taxis

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GUWAHATI, Aug 1 - Taking a tough stand against illegal plying and errant operation of vehicles, the Transport Department has directed all the associations of city buses and 10-seater share taxis to submit the list of their members and owners, indicating the registration number and route number of the vehicles plying in the city.

This decision was taken following a meeting between the transport authorities and associations representing owners of the city buses and 10-seater share taxis here earlier this week under the chairmanship of Transport Commissioner Dr J Balaji.

The Transport Department has directed all the operators and registered owners of city buses and 10-seater share taxis, who have not yet joined any of the associations, to be part of one of them within a week.

�Without joining any association or without production of membership certificate issued by the concerned association, neither the fitness certificate nor the permit in respect of city buses and 10-seater share taxies shall either be issued or be renewed,� said an official statement issued today.

All the city bus and 10-seater share taxi associations have been requested to submit the list of their members and owners, indicating the registration number and route number of the vehicles, to the District Transport Officer and Secretary of Regional Transport Authority of Kamrup Metro.

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DTO acts tough against buses, shared taxis

GUWAHATI, Aug 1 - Taking a tough stand against illegal plying and errant operation of vehicles, the Transport Department has directed all the associations of city buses and 10-seater share taxis to submit the list of their members and owners, indicating the registration number and route number of the vehicles plying in the city.

This decision was taken following a meeting between the transport authorities and associations representing owners of the city buses and 10-seater share taxis here earlier this week under the chairmanship of Transport Commissioner Dr J Balaji.

The Transport Department has directed all the operators and registered owners of city buses and 10-seater share taxis, who have not yet joined any of the associations, to be part of one of them within a week.

�Without joining any association or without production of membership certificate issued by the concerned association, neither the fitness certificate nor the permit in respect of city buses and 10-seater share taxies shall either be issued or be renewed,� said an official statement issued today.

All the city bus and 10-seater share taxi associations have been requested to submit the list of their members and owners, indicating the registration number and route number of the vehicles, to the District Transport Officer and Secretary of Regional Transport Authority of Kamrup Metro.