A draft logistics policy was presented in Delhi, which aims to reduce congestion in the city.

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About 1.93 lakh vehicles enter and exit Delhi every day. About 79% of these vehicles are used for unloading goods within the city and transporting finished products to different parts of the country.

The Delhi government has come up with a draft logistics policy aimed at reducing congestion in the city by establishing a network of freight villages and micro-fulfillment centres. Officials said on Saturday that the draft policy also calls for relocation of logistics infrastructure within Delhi limits.

About 1.93 lakh vehicles enter and exit Delhi every day. About 79% of these vehicles are used for unloading goods within the city and transporting finished products to different parts of the country.

According to the draft document, goods vehicle traffic in the city is expected to increase to around 5.13 lakh trucks by 2042. Officials said feedback will be sought from transporters, logistics agencies, traders and industry stakeholders before finalizing and notifying the policy. For this, the Department of Industry has made public the draft City Logistics Policy.

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