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Traffic police to redo zebra crossings

between January 11 and January 18, during which traffic rule violators will not be fined. They will, instead, be made aware of traffic rules.Patna SP (traffic) Jayant Kant said in this regard, "We will not slap fine on traffic rule violators during the Traffic Safety Week. Instead, they will be shown a movie on traffic rules to create awareness. But before and after the Traffic Safety Week, people...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ranchi

Short film contest on traffic awareness

City traffic police have launched a short film competition 'Just Take Care' to create awareness among people about traffic rules....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Record violations of traffic rules in Moga

Moga district traffic police challaned over 13,892 people for violating traffic rules during 2013 and recovered Rs 49,75,910 as fine....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Disabled traffic cops soon to get mikes

circle, Rakesh Kumar Nayak said that disabled traffic constables will now be monitoring the traffic through a microphone and will also make people aware of the traffic rules and regulations."The disabled constables were trained to call out several slogans including 'durghatna se ser bhali', 'yatayat niamo ka palan kare' and 'sambhal kar, kahin aap bhi humari tarah viklang na ho jayen'," said Nayak...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Trichy

Gurgaon Traffic police taking strict actions against commuters in Gurgaon

Gurgaon Traffic police is doing a lot of work these days- especially trying to bring the commuters in line. They are going around in the millennium city and challaning people and riders so that awareness level regarding the traffic rules increase among the people of Gurgaon- a place where people happily flout rules.When it comes to traffic rules, itdoesn't end at following the traffic lights but some...
Source : Merinews |
Category : National

Merinews Picks

Gurgaon is one of the best places to prove the the phrase 'rules are meant to broken. Traffic rules are just set of lines, written on a piece of paper to be forgotten for some residents of Gurgaon. The Gurgaon residents find it quite difficult to abide by the traffic rules, set for their own safety. Not only it is uncomfortable for them to follow the easy and life saving traffic rules but, they cannot...
Source : Merinews |
Category : NRI

Stop when it is red, literally!

93.5 Red FM along with traffic police and dna aims at creating traffic awarenessPune: If you are planning to go to Good Luck Chowk on Wednesday, make sure you have all your vehicle papers in place and follow the traffic rules.Superhits 93.5 Red FM, in association with the Pune Traffic Police and dna, launched its campaign – ‘Stop when it’s Red’, to sensitise the city about traffic rules.The campaign...
Source : DNA |
Category : National | City : Mumbai

Cop bid to make people safe on Patna roads

drivers are learning a lesson or two as the Patna traffic police is observing traffic rules awareness week from January 12 to 18 in the city.The traffic safety awareness week is observed every year, but this year the drive features four fresh initiatives to make people aware about traffic norms. Banners and posters listing traffic rules have already been put up while loudspeakers have also started...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patna

Traffic month commences

30 seconds then this might increase the chance of accidents, said DIG range, N Ravindra while inaugurating a programme to mark the commencement of traffic month here at the Traffic Park on Friday.Laying stress on following traffic rules and wearing helmet to avert any chances of fatal injuries, he said that one can enjoy a safe and hazard free ride by following simple traffic rules and guidelines.A...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Pune

Electronic eye to catch violators of rules

Soon, intelligent cameras installed at about 100 traffic junctions in the city will keep an eye on the commuters violating traffic rules. Even if the traffic junctions are unmanned, these cameras will detect the violator of the law and generate an e-challan."These cameras are specially designed to read the registration number plates of the vehicle violating the rules. The traffic police will then confirm...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Ahmedabad
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