Traffic police to file court complaints against traffic rule violators
Traffic violators to asked to appear on November 17, 20 and 24,
Jaipur: Traffic police will file complaints in the court against those who do not appear on the notice of the police after violating traffic rules. Before doing so, the traffic police have given one more chance to people who have received a notice of traffic rule violation. For those who people who have violated traffic rules, a notice was sent on behalf of the District Legal Services Authority, Jaipur Metropolitan.
Those who have received these notices can appear and dispose of their cases on 17, 20 and 24 November, from 10 am to 5 pm, at the Bani Park-situated office. The address of this place is B-610, Shivam Marg, Bani Park. According to traffic police, notices were issued after violations were observed using area traffic control system, videography, no-parking, RLVD, and speed violation system in Jaipur. About 5000 people who have broken the rules have been sent such notices.
The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) recently decided to adopt the traffic system used in Australia’s Adelaide to get rid of traffic issues witnessed in the city. The Traffic Management System used in Adelaide by the South Australia Government will soon be seen in the city under a pilot project. Traffic regulation has become a major point of discussion in the city and the officials are are trying to introduce new measures to tackle the issues.