Deputy Commissioner allocates CSR funds worth Rs. One Lakh to District Road Safety Committee, forms expert panel to ensure the proper utilization

Directs MC officials to synchronize traffic lights between BMC chowk to Workshop chowk to ease out traffic flow at Mahavir Marg

 In a bid to further strengthen the traffic management in the city, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori today allotted funds worth Rs. One Lakh to the district road safety committee, which would be utilized under the supervision of an expert panel.Presiding over a meeting of the district road safety committee, the deputy commissioner said that the fund worth Rs. One Lakh from CSR to be spent to cater to the immediate traffic management issues of the city. He formed an expert committee under the chairmanship of SDM Phillaur Dr. Vineet Sharma. The committee includes members of the district road safety committee and experts from

Jalandhar : In a bid to further strengthen the traffic management in the city, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori today allotted funds worth Rs. One Lakh to the district road safety committee, which would be utilized under the supervision of an expert panel.Presiding over a meeting of the district road safety committee, the deputy commissioner said that the fund worth Rs. One Lakh from CSR to be spent to cater to the immediate traffic management issues of the city. He formed an expert committee under the chairmanship of SDM Phillaur Dr. Vineet Sharma. The committee includes members of the district road safety committee and experts from traffic police, public works department, and transport department adding the deputy commissioner said that the committee would ensure optimal utilization of funds and submit its report before the next monthly meeting.Addressing another crucial issue, the deputy commissioner issued directions to the municipal corporation to ensure the synchronization of traffic lights between BMC chowk to workshop chowk so that commuters don’t have to be stuck at traffic lights for the green signal. The timing of traffic lights at Mahavir Marg to be synced in such a way that people would get a green signal while approaching these lights.
Meanwhile, the Regional Transport Authority readout joint action reports for the last three months which comprise information on action taken by traffic police and transport department against the violators of traffic norms.The police and transport department has issued as many as 7795 traffic challans imposing penalty worth Rs. 93,14,000 against the violators of various traffic rules in the last three months i.e. September to November 2020. These challans and penalties include 14 challans in drink and drive cases with penalty worth Rs. 70,000, 3592 challans for violating seat belt rule along with a penalty of Rs. 35,92,000, 4097 challans for not wearing a helmet with fine Rs. 40,97,000, 19 challans against underage drivers with fine Rs. 95,000, and 73 challans against the overloaded vehicles with a fine of Rs. 14,60,000. Meanwhile, Additional Deputy Commissioner (General) Jasbir Singh directed the education department to embark on a special awareness drive to sensitize school students against the ill-effects of underage driving. The ADC asked officials to organize online competitions among students, especially among the senior secondary level so that proper traffic behavior could be inculcated among adolescents. Prominent among others present in the meeting were DCP Traffic Naresh Dogra, SDM Phillaur Dr. Vineet Joshi, and ADCP Traffic Gagnesh Kumar

 

 

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