Traffic system – Piazza Duomo 2 http://piazzaduomo2.com/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 04:39:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://piazzaduomo2.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/profile.png Traffic system – Piazza Duomo 2 http://piazzaduomo2.com/ 32 32 Global Integrated Traffic System Market to Generate Highest Returns by 2029 https://piazzaduomo2.com/global-integrated-traffic-system-market-to-generate-highest-returns-by-2029/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 04:39:58 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/global-integrated-traffic-system-market-to-generate-highest-returns-by-2029/ New Jersey, United States – The report offers a comprehensive and accurate research study on the Global Integrated Traffic System Market while focusing primarily on current and historical market scenarios. Stakeholders, market players, investors, and other market participants can significantly benefit from the in-depth market analysis provided in the report. The authors of the report […]]]>

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Key Players Mentioned in the Integrated Global Traffic System Market Research Report:

Cubic Corporation, Siemens AG, Kapsch TrafficCom, SWARCO MIZAR srl, Sumitomo, Flir Systems, Jenoptik AG, LG CNS, Iteris, Inc.

Global Integrated Traffic System Market Segmentation:

Integrated Traffic System Market, By Hardware

• Scoreboards
• Interface cards
• Speed ​​cameras
• Sensors
• Intelligent traffic lights
• Surveillance cameras
• Others

Integrated Traffic System Market, By Function

• Traffic monitoring
• Traffic control
• Provision of information

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Traffic system reduces travel time on roads by 20% https://piazzaduomo2.com/traffic-system-reduces-travel-time-on-roads-by-20/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 09:17:18 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/traffic-system-reduces-travel-time-on-roads-by-20/ Dubai’s ‘Intelligent Traffic System’ (ITS) has reduced travel time on major highways and roads by around 20%. The project improved incident monitoring by 63% and helped reduce emergency response time by 30%. According to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), these were made possible by dynamic overhead signage on the roads and linking the authority’s […]]]>

Dubai’s ‘Intelligent Traffic System’ (ITS) has reduced travel time on major highways and roads by around 20%. The project improved incident monitoring by 63% and helped reduce emergency response time by 30%.

According to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), these were made possible by dynamic overhead signage on the roads and linking the authority’s corporate command and control center to the command and control center. Dubai police control.

Mattar Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chairman of the Board of the RTA, said the initial phase of the ITS project has expanded the coverage of Dubai’s main road network from 11 to 60 percent. The RTA is now preparing for the second phase of the project over the next few months, which will cover all major roads in the emirate. The total length of roads covered by ITS in Dubai will increase from 480 km to 710 km.

The initial phase saw the upgrade and installation of 112 dynamic message signs that provide motorists with real-time information on road conditions such as traffic jams and incidents. They also convey key messages, tips and advice on road safety and event management to improve the efficiency of traffic management. The signs are located at selected locations along Dubai’s roads as well as at sites leading to mega events. For example, 623 messages were posted on billboards around Expo 2020 Dubai.

The first phase also included the installation of traffic monitoring and data capture systems, including the installation of 116 traffic cameras. This brings the total number of surveillance cameras to 235. About 100 incident detection and vehicle counting devices have been installed, bringing the total number to 235. About 115 transit time calculation devices and of speed were installed, as well as 17 road weather information systems (RWIS).

“Extending ITS coverage is a key element in supporting the government’s drive to transform Dubai into the world’s smartest city, which involves the use of smart technology and software to facilitate mobility,” said AlTayer.

The Dubai ITS Center is one of the largest and most sophisticated traffic control centers in the world. It manages the movement of traffic in the emirate using the latest applications of artificial intelligence, big data, internet of things and communication systems. “It has a host of traffic monitoring devices, information capture gadgets and other smart services. Using ITS, the center manages current and future road networks throughout Dubai,” added Al Tayer .

The center’s advanced iTraffic system, which is linked to field devices, operates under an integrated technology platform to collect and analyze big data. It also supports instant decisions to manage traffic movements, incidents and mega-events.

The work completed also included the construction of a 660 km long fiber optic network for communication between on-site devices and central systems. The total length of the fiber optic network is now 820 km.

The project also included upgrading the Advanced Central Traffic System software which supports decision making and provides an automatic response line. The central system integrates with field devices, analyzes the received data and activates the appropriate plans.

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Dubai traffic system cuts travel time on roads by 20% – News https://piazzaduomo2.com/dubai-traffic-system-cuts-travel-time-on-roads-by-20-news/ Sun, 23 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/dubai-traffic-system-cuts-travel-time-on-roads-by-20-news/ 235 surveillance cameras, 112 dynamic message signs help avoid traffic jams on highways Photos provided Published: Sun 23 Oct 2022, 12:08 Last update: Sun 23 Oct 2022, 20:01 Dubai’s ‘Intelligent Traffic System‘ (ITS) has reduced travel time on major highways and roads by around 20%. The project improved incident monitoring by 63% and helped reduce […]]]>

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Dubai’s ‘Intelligent Traffic System‘ (ITS) has reduced travel time on major highways and roads by around 20%. The project improved incident monitoring by 63% and helped reduce emergency response time by 30%.

According to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), these were made possible by dynamic overhead signage on the roads and linking the authority’s corporate command and control center to the command and control center. Dubai police control.

Mattar Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chairman of the Board of the RTA, said the initial phase of the ITS project has expanded the coverage of Dubai’s main road network from 11 to 60 percent. The RTA is now preparing for the second phase of the project over the next few months, which will cover all major roads in the emirate. The total length of roads covered by ITS in Dubai will increase from 480 km to 710 km.

The initial phase saw the upgrade and installation of 112 dynamic message signs that provide motorists with real-time information on road conditions such as traffic jams and incidents. They also convey key messages, tips and advice on road safety and event management to improve the efficiency of traffic management. The signs are located at selected locations along Dubai’s roads as well as at sites leading to mega events. For example, 623 messages were posted on billboards around Expo 2020 Dubai.

The first phase also included the installation of traffic monitoring and data capture systems, including the installation of 116 traffic cameras. This brings the total number of surveillance cameras to 235. About 100 incident detection and vehicle counting devices have been installed, bringing the total number to 235. About 115 transit time calculation devices and of speed were installed, as well as 17 road weather information systems (RWIS).

“Extending ITS coverage is a key element in supporting the government’s drive to transform Dubai into the world’s smartest city, which involves the use of smart technology and software to facilitate mobility,” said AlTayer.

The Dubai ITS Center is one of the largest and most sophisticated traffic control centers in the world. It manages the movement of traffic in the emirate using the latest applications of artificial intelligence, big data, internet of things and communication systems. “It has a host of traffic monitoring devices, information capture gadgets and other smart services. Using ITS, the center manages current and future road networks throughout Dubai,” added Al Tayer .

The center’s advanced iTraffic system, which is linked to field devices, operates under an integrated technology platform to collect and analyze big data. It also supports instant decisions to manage traffic movements, incidents and mega-events.

The work completed also included the construction of a 660 km long fiber optic network for communication between on-site devices and central systems. The total length of the fiber optic network is now 820 km.

The project also included upgrading the Advanced Central Traffic System software which supports decision making and provides an automatic response line. The central system integrates with field devices, analyzes the received data and activates the appropriate plans.

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December 20 Date for Electronic Surveillance, Traffic System – The New Indian Express https://piazzaduomo2.com/december-20-date-for-electronic-surveillance-traffic-system-the-new-indian-express/ Wed, 19 Oct 2022 01:06:00 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/december-20-date-for-electronic-surveillance-traffic-system-the-new-indian-express/ By Express press service ROURKELA: The long-awaited Integrated Electronic Surveillance and Traffic Management System in the Steel City is expected to be completed by December 20. The smart solution project will help strengthen police, manage traffic and crowds in addition to controlling crime during the 2023 World Cup of Men’s Hockey scheduled for January next […]]]>

By Express press service

ROURKELA: The long-awaited Integrated Electronic Surveillance and Traffic Management System in the Steel City is expected to be completed by December 20. The smart solution project will help strengthen police, manage traffic and crowds in addition to controlling crime during the 2023 World Cup of Men’s Hockey scheduled for January next year.

After several flip-flops, the Rourkela Smart City Ltd (RSCL) belatedly took over the multi-component project for an outlay of around Rs 90 crore. The implementation of the components of the smart solution, including the laying of fiber optic cables, has already started.

According to sources, as part of the integrated electronic surveillance system, at least 450 CCTV cameras are installed at 110 strategic locations in the city. Similarly, under the traffic management project, 13 major locations would have an adaptive traffic control system.

The project modules involve integrated traffic management system, adaptive traffic control system, red light violence detection, automated traffic chalan system, intelligent waste management system, control center control panel, public address system, emergency call box, city-wide CCTV monitoring and citizen mobile service. application.

A target has been set to complete the project by December 20. RSCL has signed an agreement with outsourced company Bharat Electronics Limited for the implementation of the smart solution project. RSCL CEO and Rourkela Municipal Corporation Commissioner Subhankar Mohapatra said the entire city will be covered by the smart solution project. The stretch between the Hockey World Cup site and the multi-purpose Birsa Munda stadium is being completed on a war footing. He claimed the project would be completed before the mega hockey event.

Earlier this year, the authorities had made a detailed presentation before the RSCL Technical Committee in Bhubaneswar, following which the Board of Directors gave its approval for the smart solution project.
Rourkela will co-host the flagship hockey event at the Birsa Munda Hockey Stadium under construction here from January 13-29.

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Changing Moods Ruin Circulation System – Pakistan https://piazzaduomo2.com/changing-moods-ruin-circulation-system-pakistan/ Mon, 10 Oct 2022 06:27:52 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/changing-moods-ruin-circulation-system-pakistan/ Pakistan Mood swing ruining the circulation system Mood swing ruining the circulation system October 10, 2022 11:15 a.m. ISLAMABAD, (APP) – Changing moods with growing impatience, haste, arrogance and negligence have badly affected the traffic system in […]]]>



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ISLAMABAD, (APP) – Changing moods with growing impatience, haste, arrogance and negligence have badly affected the traffic system in the capital. Despite the widening of the main arteries and the efforts made to ensure effective policing, the situation does not show much improvement.

Blowing horns where prohibited, parking a vehicle at a “No Parking” sign, cutting into others’ paths, ignoring lanes, violating signals, and answering phone calls in the center of the road are general trends we have developed over time. Speeding, false overtaking and sharp turns often lead to serious accidents.

This situation requires early attention from the authorities before the federal capital is hit by a total traffic mess. A few motorists care about the rights of others as the majority have their own rules and priorities on the road. More often than not, it seems that the rules of the road have become for them a forgotten or obsolete dogma.

The serene generation is gradually disappearing and an anxious and hasty generation is replacing it, which desperately needs to be taught about revered traditions and customs. One driver interviewed described this trend as the result of a particular mental approach aimed at personal satisfaction. “Most of the time people take pride in breaking the rules. They know they can handle themselves, if arrested for violation,” commented a more sane commuter, Adnan Ahmed. “Why we tend to break laws for our personal gratification. Why we stray from ethics.

From a road-side perspective, it seems we know the least about the rules of the road. Regardless, the exceptions are still there, but those exceptions are overwhelmed by majority offenders. “We have a five lane road on each side, even then the traffic situation is pathetic,” said another motorist, Dilshad Ahmed, of the Islamabad highway. “For me, it’s not a question of space but better traffic. We need strict legislation and its implementation.

Taxi and private vehicle drivers and motorcyclists of our time have become the most careless generation. Moving at a snail’s pace, taking turns suddenly, applying brakes anywhere to choose a passenger and cutting into the way of others is their particular driving style. Like many, they are mostly arrogant and ready to fight, telling others to “mind their own business” when advised to drive carefully. Women and the elderly have their own driving mood. They constantly continue to drive very slowly in the fast lane. Even horns and flash light from behind make no difference to them.

This situation forces the followers to overtake wrongly. ‘Mind your own business and don’t teach us the rules’ is a common response we get when asking anyone to play by the rules,” said businessman Muhammad Saleem. “So we have no choice but to remain silent. But this silence on our part or that of the authorities spoils our overall social fiber,” he said. In recent years, bikers have become more unruly than anyone. Snaking through vehicles on a congested road and discriminatingly zigzagging through all lanes, even when vehicles are moving at a faster pace, is their particular mindset.

They are often seen driving through cars and jeeps in the fast lane with the least concern for their safety and the safety of others. Jaywalkers are also men of their moods. They rarely cross the road from zebra crossings or overhead bridges. “Let others save them and not themselves” is the philosophy behind their straight line flight from one side of the road to the other. Chatting and listening to phone calls from the driver’s seat is another and more dangerous mood as it sometimes leads to fatal accidents. “We need effective traffic enforcement.

In many countries traffic is smooth, even on roads narrower than ours,” said Muhammad Rauf, an expatriate Pakistani. “When we are in Dubai or London we fully respect their laws, but here we feel free to break the laws.” Seen from all angles, it seems to be a matter of training, legislation and implementation and our legislators and police have a major role to play in taming unruly drivers.

But the police have their own constraints. Continuous tasks, overwhelming traffic load and insufficient deployment are their common irritating problems. “Should I shoot him if he annoys other commuters,” was an acerbic comment from an ITP official when his attention was drawn to a continued violation of the lane by a loader truck driver. His comment was not shocking as he was deployed to manage traffic at the Gulberg Greens interchange – the capital’s toughest spot in terms of traffic monitoring. Asked about this attitude, his answer was simple.

“Please stay here a while and see what people are doing. After all, we are human beings too. We penalize offenders. But people also have to show responsibility. He sought the patronage of senior administration to compel people to fully abide by the laws.Chief Superintendent of Police Rai Mazhar was unavailable to comment on the situation despite repeated attempts.

This situation is telling and clearly calls for effective enforcement of the laws before more sane road users also become unruly. Motorists must receive the necessary education and those in service must have the full patronage of the higher administration. Authorities should also focus on road marking, strict licensing mechanism and increasing traffic management strength.

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The Grand Traverse Road Commission continues to install the new traffic system https://piazzaduomo2.com/the-grand-traverse-road-commission-continues-to-install-the-new-traffic-system/ Fri, 30 Sep 2022 22:27:13 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/the-grand-traverse-road-commission-continues-to-install-the-new-traffic-system/ The Grand Traverse Road Commission is continuing its project by installing a new traffic system. “Takes signals and pulls them out of a defined timing pattern and allows a computer to collect data on which vehicles are heading towards a signal and which vehicles are leaving a signal, then adjust the network to cope to […]]]>

The Grand Traverse Road Commission is continuing its project by installing a new traffic system.

“Takes signals and pulls them out of a defined timing pattern and allows a computer to collect data on which vehicles are heading towards a signal and which vehicles are leaving a signal, then adjust the network to cope to this volume of traffic on the fly,” says GTRC General Manager Brad Kluczynski.

The road commission has been working on this project for more than two years.

“We have another phase that has just started. We will complete the Hammond road from the keystone to the three mile intersection and then it will connect to the roundabout,” comments Kluczynski.

The success of this system can be seen in other Michigan cities

“I worked for Ann Arbor myself and saw it and it’s a drastic improvement. It’s taken a lot of the time off,” Kluczynski added.

And those who prefer to walk rather than drive can rest assured that this system will accommodate them too.

“The cycle must be at least the minimum time it would take for a pedestrian to cross at that light. So when we’re done let all our pedestrian push button installations go and be more efficient,” Kluczynski said.

A highly anticipated system for drivers in the region.

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CCTO: Contractor to Complete Digital Traffic System Project by End of 2022 https://piazzaduomo2.com/ccto-contractor-to-complete-digital-traffic-system-project-by-end-of-2022/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/ccto-contractor-to-complete-digital-traffic-system-project-by-end-of-2022/ The traffic light along S. Osmeña Road is one of several traffic lights in Cebu City. Digital Photo CDN | Gerard Vincent Francisco CEBU CITY, Philippines – The private contractor of the “Digital Traffic System Project in Various City Intersection Streets” aims to finalize the completed Phase 1 and complete the Phase 2 works by […]]]>

The traffic light along S. Osmeña Road is one of several traffic lights in Cebu City. Digital Photo CDN | Gerard Vincent Francisco

CEBU CITY, Philippines – The private contractor of the “Digital Traffic System Project in Various City Intersection Streets” aims to finalize the completed Phase 1 and complete the Phase 2 works by the end of 2022 .

This is according to Paul Gotiong, Executive Director of CCTO, who said that the Department of Engineering and Public Works (DEPW) has already this month inspected the completed works of the contractor for the first phase.

However, the Manila-based private contractor still has to submit a required document to DEPW, so that DEPW can complete its completion report, which is required for the official transfer of the project to the city.

Once that happens, the responsibility for managing and controlling the city’s enhanced traffic signal system will be transferred to the city or the OTCC, for that matter.

The first phase of the project covers 18 major intersections in the city, including a command center. Its project cost is 232,503,412.31 pula.

“I was talking with them (DEPW) yesterday, ang kato nalang ilang gihuwat is the contractor’s document,” he said.

“A man gud contractor is naa sa manila pa so basin ila na tong gilihok kay naa can mga missing documents gud then as we all know mura’g taud taod na sad at nga nila transaction with city government , from the previous administration,” he told CDN Digital in a phone interview on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.

Gotiong said he was in constant communication with the project’s private contractor.

The Prosecution Notice and First Phase Award Notice was awarded to the contractor in September 2020. It was expected to be completed within 210 calendar days, but delays occurred for various reasons, such as lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. and super typhoon Odette.

The city has undertaken the “Digital Traffic System in Various City Intersection Streets” project to improve its ability to manage and monitor public situations, such as crimes, accidents, and traffic.

The technical specification of the project covers traffic signal equipment consisting of LED traffic light, LED pedestrian signal, vehicle adaptive countdown timers, vehicle detectors, traffic controller and mast arm posts.

Among the intersection locations for the first phase are P. del Rosario Street at Pelaez Street; From General Maxilom Avenue to D. Jakosalem Street and from Juan Luna Avenue to A. Soriano Avenue.

Gotiong said work on phase two of the project is also nearing completion.

“The second phase of the second is another CCTV that operates on a single fiber optic network line. They still get the permits as well,” he added.

Gotiong noted that the contractor’s work in downtown Cebu was hampered by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) road maintenance or paving program in the downtown area, particularly in Colon Street.

Phase two of the digital traffic system project covers 27 secondary intersections, the majority in downtown Cebu, and has an estimated project cost of 248,326,538.63 pesos.

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ORR’s traffic system is reinforced to improve commuter safety https://piazzaduomo2.com/orrs-traffic-system-is-reinforced-to-improve-commuter-safety/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 15:35:14 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/orrs-traffic-system-is-reinforced-to-improve-commuter-safety/ Published: Updated on – 21:06, Mon – 19 September 22 Hyderabad: Continuing its efforts to improve commuter safety on the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and efficient management of the crucial highway, Hyderabad Growth Corridor Limited, a wing of Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), has strengthened its management system road traffic. (HTMS). As part of the […]]]>

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Hyderabad: Continuing its efforts to improve commuter safety on the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and efficient management of the crucial highway, Hyderabad Growth Corridor Limited, a wing of Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA), has strengthened its management system road traffic. (HTMS).

As part of the exercise, a control center set up at the HGCL office premises will assist people around the clock with emergencies, including vehicle breakdowns and emergency medical care.

To get help, the person must press the push button on the SOS box installed on either side of the road at an interval of 1 km. Any ORR grievance can be reported through this SOS box, including accidents, vehicle breakdowns, towing service, fuel needs, etc.

“For example, if an accident is reported through the SOS box, an ambulance is dispatched quickly as the location is automatically identified by the control center staff, saving valuable time,” an HMDA official said. , adding that if a person requested fuel or towing service, it would be provided but at a cost.

Vehicle repair work would also be provided if needed. The idea is to help the person as soon as possible, no matter how serious the incident, he said.

In case of an emergency on ORR (Kokapet in Ghatkesar), the person should dial the emergency helplines 1066 while one should dial 105910 to report any emergency on ORR (Taramatipet in Nanakramguda).

Currently, these numbers are not linked to the control center unlike the SOS box, but the person is directly connected to hospitals and ambulance service is provided. To extend advanced emergency medical care to injured commuters on ORR, 16 trauma care centers and 10 advanced life support ambulances at ORR interchanges are already in place.

By the end of this month, HGCL plans to launch a five-digit toll-free number for reporting all kinds of ORR grievances, including emergency medical care.

“Through the HTMS, we are able to ensure the safety of commuters by duly ensuring effective traffic management, 24 hours a day. The operation of CCTV cameras, Variable Message Signs (VMS), Care Centers trauma, advanced life-saving ambulances and SOS boxes is monitored through the HTMS,” an HMDA official said.

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Keltron traffic system to be installed on Mumbai-Pune expressway https://piazzaduomo2.com/keltron-traffic-system-to-be-installed-on-mumbai-pune-expressway/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 17:27:00 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/keltron-traffic-system-to-be-installed-on-mumbai-pune-expressway/ Kerala State Electronics Development Corporation (Keltron) has received the first out-of-state order for its traffic control system, to be installed on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. Under the project costing ₹9.05 crore, 28 radar-based point and average speed monitoring systems and 11 average speed monitoring systems will be installed along the expressway. The point and average speed […]]]>

Kerala State Electronics Development Corporation (Keltron) has received the first out-of-state order for its traffic control system, to be installed on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. Under the project costing ₹9.05 crore, 28 radar-based point and average speed monitoring systems and 11 average speed monitoring systems will be installed along the expressway.

The point and average speed monitoring system will monitor all vehicles passing on the highway around the clock and transmit various information including speed, direction, vehicle numbers and images to a control room. The average speed enforcement system can monitor the average speed of vehicles passing through designated points on the highway. Information gathered from the control room enforcement systems will be used to take action against violators.

Keltron hopes that the successful implementation of the major highway project will lead to more such orders for similar projects under the National Highways Authority of India. The public sector unit, which installed 726 enforcement systems for the Safe Kerala project, has years of experience in road traffic management.

Project Safe Kerala uses Keltron’s AI-powered automated license plate recognition cameras to enforce speed limits and detect traffic violations across the state in real time. Associated with this system are 3D Doppler vehicle tracking radars and red light violation detection systems.

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Jamshedpur Durga Puja: DC examines preparation, focuses on cleanliness, circulation system, crowd control https://piazzaduomo2.com/jamshedpur-durga-puja-dc-examines-preparation-focuses-on-cleanliness-circulation-system-crowd-control/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 16:15:09 +0000 https://piazzaduomo2.com/jamshedpur-durga-puja-dc-examines-preparation-focuses-on-cleanliness-circulation-system-crowd-control/ The control room will be occupied by civic organizations for rapid redress of grievances Jamshedpur, September 10: East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav reviewed the preparation for Durga Puja during a meeting at the district collector on Saturday. During the meeting, officials from municipal agencies talked about cleaning near puja pandals and immersion ghats, barricades, […]]]>

The control room will be occupied by civic organizations for rapid redress of grievances

Jamshedpur, September 10: East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav reviewed the preparation for Durga Puja during a meeting at the district collector on Saturday.

During the meeting, officials from municipal agencies talked about cleaning near puja pandals and immersion ghats, barricades, streetlights, repairing masthead lights, traffic system, crowd control, IEC activity, etc. The meeting was also attended by Tata Steel and TSUISL.

The Deputy District Commissioner informed that the administration will soon hold a meeting with central Durga Puja committees and thana-wise peace committees and brief them on the feelings of the administration regarding the administrative preparations and expected cooperation in the maintenance of law and order during the festivity. Municipal officials were instructed that in addition to the district-level control room, the relevant municipal body also operates the control room.

Based on the information received, the delegated personnel in the control room would make sure to resolve the issues/complaints immediately by notifying the senior officers. Before the start of the puja, instructions were given for on-site inspection of high mast lights installed at various places and repair of street lamps, fogging, bleaching, regular cleaning of road drains.

Necessary guidelines were also given regarding the cleanliness of the puja pandal premises, supply of drinking water, etc.

The Deputy Commissioner said that the use of plastic is totally prohibited in the district, so as part of the IEC activity, posters should be placed in the pandals to sensitize people about the absence of plastic and drug addiction .

Installation of large garbage cans, cleaning of river ghats for immersion, availability of PA system, diver, installation of signage related to danger zones, etc. During this discussion took place regarding crowd control and free flowing traffic system.

The Deputy Commissioner made it clear that if the construction work has been carried out by making slight deviations in the adopted map, then immediate action must be taken against the person concerned. She led the vigilance team of municipal organs for a surprise inspection of the ongoing construction work against the handed over card.

Along with this, instructions have been given to ensure that people who deviate from the map do not benefit from a water-electricity connection under any circumstances. The deputy commissioner made it clear that notice should be given to those who deviate from the map and also ordered them to break up illegal construction work, warn of administrative action for disobeying the order.

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