Auto, Taxi Fares Hiked In Delhi Over Rising CNG Prices

Prices of cars, taxis increase in Delhi due to increase in CNG prices

Prices for cars and taxis have risen in Delhi amid rising CNG prices, making traveling in the city more expensive. The Delhi government has agreed to the price hike, an official announcement will be made soon.

Car fares were last revised in 2020, while similar rates for taxis were implemented in 2013.

According to the government decision, a car rider will have to pay Rs 30 instead of the current Rs 25 for the first 1.5 km. For each subsequent kilometer, the car hire will be charged Rs 11 instead of the existing Rs 9.

For taxis, for the first kilometer, there is no change in fare for both AC and non-AC vehicles. After that, the fee per kilometer was increased from Rs 14 to Rs 17 for non-AC vehicles and from Rs 16 to Rs 20 for AC vehicles.

The waiting fee is unchanged and will remain at the current Rs 30 per hour.

Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot has received numerous representatives from car and taxi rickshaw associations and unions on the issue of fare hikes.


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