This is due to a strike called by the UFTA or United Front of Transport Associations, against the amended Motor Vehicles Amendment Act 2019.
Many schools in the national capital remained closed due to the strike. The services of Delhi Metro and Delhi Transport Corporation buses remained unaffected.
UFTA general secretary Shyamlal Gola said over 50 transport associations and unions in Delhi-NCR were taking part in the strike.
UFTA is demanding the withdrawal of the steep hike in road traffic penalties and certain other provisions of the new Motor Vehicles Act.