Zero tolerance for traffic offences at 10 Delhi corridors
New Delhi: Delhi Police has identified
ten corridors, including Connaught Place Outer Circle, in the
Capital where it will ensure "zero tolerance" for traffic
This was announced by City Police Commissioner B K
Gupta in a post in Traffic Police`s Facebook account.
"We have identified ten corridors where we will ensure
zero tolerance of traffic offences," Gupta said.
After he took charge as Commissioner on November 10,
Gupta said, police have initiated certain measures to improve
traffic scenario in the city.
The ten corridors include Outer Circle in Connought
Place, Ring road from Ashram to Naraina, Tilak Marg, Lodhi
Road and Nelson Mandela Marg.
"We will ensure substantial improvement on these
stretches. With the cooperation of citizens of Delhi, we would
ensure best possible traffic scene in the city," he said.
A senior police official said they will strictly
implement lane driving in these ten corridors.
Buses and trucks will be in the extreme left lane,
autorickshaws and other utility vehicles in the middle and
cars in the right lane.
Police have not started slapping fines on violators as
they want to educate people before enforcing it.
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