CTU set for upgradation drive
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Chandigarh has the highest number of vehicles per capita with people preferring their own vehicles to travelling by public transport. Over the past few years, the traffic has witnessed an increase causing snarls that were not so frequent earlier.
CTU director T P S Phoolka says upgradation of the CTU fleet is on the cards. "The GPS system that is already installed would be upgraded. This would benefit commuters. Besides, the mileage of buses would increase," he adds.
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