On Thursday, Police Commissioner Harmeet Singh said, no E-Challan to be issued in Guwahati for five days.
No E-Challan to be issued in Guwahati
As the Integrated Traffic Management System which has been implemented in the state, CP Singh made the announcement in a press conference to address the concerns of the common people. The citizens of Guwahati has raised their concern as they are not able to figure out and adjust with the new traffic rules.
As per the new Traffic Management System, vehicles are allowed to be parked in a single line in GS Road. City Buses on the other hand are not allowed to stop at any place other than their designated stoppages.
The traffic management has become a growing discussion for all people because of the on going construction of flyovers all over the city.
Moreover, he also added, every family in the city now own more than 2 cars thus leading to traffic congestion.
On 23rd of August, The Traffic Management System was implemented in several areas of Guwahati including – Paltanbazar, Nepali Temple, Ulubari, Bhangaghar, ABC Point, Six Mile, VIP Road, Khanapara Flyover, Last Gate, Jayanagar, Ganesh Mandir and Rajdhani Mosque.