‘Minimizing the human interface in traffic enforcement’ | Delhi News

New Delhi: Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena Thursday led the Traffic the police to ensure the least human interface in enforcing traffic rules and issuing challans to offenders.
Reviewing the traffic management system in the capital, the LG has also instructed the Delhi Police to deploy personnel to various public traffic points posting the details online.
The meeting was attended by Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana and other senior Delhi Police officers.
Appreciating the efforts made by the police to effectively manage the situation using technology and automation, Saxena stressed the importance of smooth traffic flow in the city with the least amount of manual intervention for enforcement. and the challans.
“This will not only ensure that motorists are not inconvenienced and prevent corruption, but will also alleviate the problem of traffic building up at sites where they are stopped indiscriminately for inspection and issuing challans,” said Raj Niwas in a press release.
Raj Niwas officials said the LG also ordered to install timer displays at all traffic lights and also increase the number of electronic speed signs in the city. “He also insisted on strict enforcement of lane discipline by heavy motor vehicles, especially on highways where trucks are permitted late at night and early in the morning,” an official said.
Officials familiar with the discussion at the meeting said the LG stressed that the traffic police should focus more on traffic regulation rather than prosecution and ordered to bring transparency into the deployment of personnel at circulation points.
LG has also asked police to deploy intelligent traffic management ahead of the G-20 summit scheduled for the capital next year.


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