Locking Illegally Parked Cars included in Traffic Control Measures


Locking Illegally Parked Cars included in Traffic Control Measures

A District level meeting led by the Collector of Udaipur District was called yesterday to deliberate on the worsening traffic situation across the City and necessary measures to control it.

 
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Locking Illegally Parked Cars included in Traffic Control Measures

A District level meeting led by the Collector of Udaipur District was called yesterday to deliberate on the worsening traffic situation across the City and necessary measures to control it.

The meeting, which was organized at the Regional Transport Office,was attended by Senior Officers including Hiralal Darangi, MLA Jhadol and Rajni Dangi, Mayor.

In the meeting, Collector instructed the respective departments to coordinate with Traffic Police and Pollution Control Board and start checking the Pollution Certification of 3-wheeleres and should act accordingly, if any irregularities are discovered.

After discussions withthe Traffic team that went to Ahmadabad for a study, the Collector also ordered to start ‘Locking’ system on 4-wheelers parked in no parking areas of the city.  Elaborating how it works – in the ‘Lock’ system, the wheel(s) of the car (or any other vehicle) is put on a lock with the help of a circular anchor, which prevents the car from moving, hence locked.

The Collector also asked to catalyze the formalities to install CCTV Cameras on the major circles of the city. He also discussed the problems and issues in the project of Pratap Nagar Flyover.

Rajendra Tripathi, DSP (Traffic) informed about the current scenario of traffic in the city along with the one-side parking system, and also said that they are specially looking after the areas of high traffic density.

Heeralal Darangi proposed starting a bus on the routes of Daya-Ambasa, and restarting the bus schedule of Udaipur-Jhadol-Ahmadabad. The Collector instructed the respective departments to look into this.

The Collector also asked departments to schedule this meeting every month instead of the existing once-in-3-month schedule.

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