City’s traffic to be improved using the system used in Adelaide

| November 9, 2017 | Last Updated:
November 9, 2017 11:02 pm

Jaipur: Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has decided to adopt the traffic system used in Australia’s Adelaide to get rid of traffic issued witnessed in Jaipur. The South Australia Government’s traffic Management System used by Adelaide will soon be seen in the Pink City. Under a pilot project from using this system, a study will first be conducted on the road from Rambagh Chauraha to Gopalpura bypass.

First, a traffic sensor device will be installed on the aforementioned road. After this, the number of vehicles passing through this route will be studied. This will be done so that the system can be improved. A meeting via video conference was held in the JDA office on Wednesday to discuss this. The representatives of the Adelaide City South Australian government were also a part of this meeting.

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In October, the Rajasthan government and South Australia government had signed a MoU with the Adelaide City Council to seek support in developing the Smart City concept. Crick Dreze from Adelaide on the Adelaide Startup along with other experts was present in the video conferencing between the two agencies during the presentation. In the meeting, it was decided to conduct studies from Rambagh Chauraha to Gopalpura bypass.