The government is likely to introduce the second phase of the odd-even scheme after the completion of CBSE Board exams in March-April. Two-wheelers will however, not come under the next phase of vehicle-rationing scheme.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who was attending a meeting on the next phase of odd-even scheme, asked all departments to look into the major issues and submit their report at the earliest.
During the meeting, the two major concerns that came up for discussion were about picking up school children by their parents and that people will move to buy an alternate car to evade the odd even-scheme.
Gopal Rai, Delhi Transport Minister, said that during the implementation of the odd-even scheme, the average pollution level had come down at a significant rate and also de-congested the city traffic.
"64 lakh people used to travel in DTC and cluster buses every day during this scheme. Government is moving towards augmenting public transport by introducing new buses," he said.