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Commercial vehicles entering Delhi without RFID tags could lose their permits

Business automobiles getting into Delhi with out RFID (radio-frequency identification) tags may lose their permits, with the South Delhi Municipal Company (SDMC) requesting transport departments of respective states to take motion in opposition to violators underneath the Motor Autos Act.

SDMC Mayor Mukesh Suryan stated notices have been issued to as many as 966 automobiles from a number of states together with Delhi, Haryana, UP, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Madhya Pradesh for not buying RFID tags – which is necessary to enter the town by way of toll plazas. Transport departments of those states have been requested to cancel permits of such erring automobiles, he stated.


Carried out on the toll plazas in 2019, the RFID expertise permits for automated toll deduction. Business automobiles getting into Delhi must pay a inexperienced cess or atmosphere compensation cost (ECC) between Rs 700 and Rs 1,400, and toll between Rs 100 and Rs 2,000, relying on the automobiles’ dimension and class.

A senior official of the South MCD stated the company has given a protracted rope to industrial automobiles to change to RFID however will resort to strict measures in the event that they proceed to not observe tips.

Over the previous two weeks, the company has additionally been issuing challans of Rs 500 in opposition to automobiles that haven’t paid toll tax utilizing RFID tags. The motion was taken after the company had from August 31, made it necessary for all industrial automobiles to enter Delhi on fee of toll tax/ECC via RFID system solely.

RFID tags will be obtained and recharged at 39 level of sale programs arrange at metropolis borders. The tags may also be recharged on-line on the SDMC web site (www.ecctagssdmc.com) and MCD-Toll cell app. Round 6 lakh automobiles enter the capital day by day.

Members of the erstwhile Atmosphere Air pollution (Prevention & Management) Authority (EPCA), Sunita Narain and Bhure Lal, had earlier stated the enlargement of the RFID system was one of many key initiatives that wanted to be expedited. RFID, if carried out nicely, helps at three ranges: decreasing air pollution by minimising congestion at toll cubicles because of handbook assortment; minimising corruption as human interference will probably be much less; and stopping polluting or previous diesel automobiles older than 10 years.

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