The Transport department has already requested to run the buses within the city area before the beginning of Durga Puja, the biggest festival in the state, with the aim to benefit the large number of passengers who are going to travel because of this event.
Tripura Natural Gas Company Ltd (TNGCL) realized that CNG demand has increased, so they expect to carry out a five year plan involving the enhancement of the CNG mother station at Arundhutinagar, in West Tripura district. What is more, another CNG mother dispensing point will be built at Khayerpur, at the same side of the district.
Additionally, it is planned that two more CNG daughter stations will be launched at Bishalgarh (West Tripura) and Udaipur (South Tripura) to supply CNG-powered light motor vehicles, as “The Assam Tribune” reported.
Tripura, the state located in North-East India, has 1,625 auto rickshaws and 95 light motor vehicles running on CNG. The TNGCL expects the number of CNG fuelled vehicles to double within the next two years.