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New guidelines to promote healthy development of car sharing

BEIJING – China has launched new guidelines to support the country’s booming car sharing industry and standardize its development. The Guidelines to Boost Healthy Development of Vehicle Rental and Leasing was jointly released by the Ministry of Transport (MOT) and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MHURD) on August

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MOT voices tough stance on oversized and overloaded trucks

BEIJING – A one-year special action to regulate and control the oversize and overloading of highway trucks is being conducted by the Ministry of Transport (MOT) together with the Ministry of Public Security (MPS), according to MOT spokesman Xu Chengguang in a statement posted on MOT’s website. The move is

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MOT new regulations legalize car hailing service industry

BEIJING – The Ministry of Transportation issued a new regulation to legalize the car hailing service industry on July 28 in Beijing. As the world’s first nationwide online ride-booking regulation, it stipulates that vehicles engaged in ridesharing can get registered in a new category of “booked taxis for passenger riding.”

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MOT to include 50 more cities into the Transit Metropolis project

YINCHUAN, Ningxia – The Ministry of Transport (MOT) will further expand the Transit Metropolis project by including 50 more cities into the project during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, according to Liu Xiaoming, director of the transportation service department of the MOT. The project, according to Liu, will accelerate the

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China releases new energy public transport bus subsidy policy

BEIJING – The Ministry of Finance (MOF), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and Ministry of Transport (MOT) jointly released the Energy-Saving and New Energy Public Transport Bus Operation Subsidy Standards (2015-2019) (the Standards) on May 11 to further accelerate the promotion and application of new energy vehicles (NEVs),

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CV Fuel Consumption Limits: a new burden on manufacturers

  BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released the draft of the Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicle Fuel Consumption Limits (the Limits) for public opinion on its website on September 24. The draft regulation is adaptive to gasoline and diesel commercial vehicles with maximum design weight of over 3,500

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