Karimnagar Police to impose a one-way traffic system on a few roads in the city

Published: updated on – 9:47 pm, Tue – 17 May 22

Karimnagar: The City Commissioner’s Police decided to declare a few roads in the city as one-way traffic lanes to ease traffic and avoid traffic jams.

Announcing this to reporters at a press conference at police headquarters here on Tuesday, Commissioner of Police V Satyanarayana informed that initially routes such as Geeta bhavan in Seven Hills and Doctors Street routes would be one-sided.

Later, one-way traffic will also be implemented on other important roads. In the wake of increased traffic in the town, they made the decision, he said.

Talking about the layout of the traffic signal system in the city, CP informed that 24 road junctions have been identified to set up the traffic signal system.

Informing that a total of 82,929 cases of e-challan (traffic violation) have been recorded since the beginning of this year, he warned to sue parents if minors are found driving vehicles .

There was particular vigilance over excessive speed and bicycle racing, he said, and warned to take serious action if anyone was involved in said activities.

CP advised that a special check is being carried out at the Gundlapalli toll to remove loud mufflers illegally fitted to two-wheeled bicycles.

On occasion, the police exhibited 150 mufflers removed from bicycles.

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