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Date and timings:
The Delhi government will implement the odd-even scheme for a week between November 13 to 20. The scheme can also be extended if Delhi’s AQI does not show any sign of improvement during the first duration. Odd or even numbered vehicles according to the date, will be allowed to move in the city between 8 am to 8 pm. Beyond these time limits, normal movement will be allowed. To be clear, vehicles with registration numbers ending with 1,3,5,7 and 9 will be allowed on odd days and vehicle registrations ending with 0,2,4,6 and 8 will be allowed on even days.
Who is exempt?:
While the odd-even rule will be applied on all vehicles, women drivers have been exempted under the scheme. Emergency response vehicles such as ambulances will also be exempt under the rule. However, vehicles bearing registration plates of outside states have not been exempt and need to comply with the mandate.
With a further increase in pollution anticipated post Diwali, it is uncertain if the odd-even rule will be restricted to a one week duration. The government will take a decision on whether the duration will be extended or not around November 20.