Traffic problems in mumbai city
At present more than 20 lac vehicles have been registered in Mumbai alone. Besides these, maximum vehicles registered in Thane division are being used in Mumbai city. The population of Mumbai is more than 1.24 crore besides additional fluctuating population of 30 lac. Taking into consideration high volume of vehicles and density of population/pedestrian, manual enforcement is becoming difficult day by day. As such migration to technology driven, evidence based enforcement as a deterrent to committing violations is necessary. Eagle eye technology across major junctions will help to record violations and generate tickets/fines and receipts automatically. Ã‚Â In this case the violators are not require to be stopped in the middle of the road avoiding any inconvenience to the road users. This also eliminate physical interaction between Police and violator. Fines can be paid over internet or at chowkies. High resolution enforcement cameras and central server with a capability to interpret the number plates Ã‚Â will help to capture the pictures of vehicles over speeding or jumping signals and to generate fine receipts. Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã¯ÂƒÂ˜ Drivers and pedestrians are expected to follow traffic Rules.Instead they argue with traffic police and creates additional traffic congestions. On spot fine powers be delegated up to constabulary level. Traffic violators are ready to pay fine but oppose for L - temp as it is time consumable as well as they feel it a harassment. Ã‚Â Ã¯ÂƒÂ˜ Invisible road marking
Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Ã‚Â Maximum roads particularly junctions in Mumbai city are constructed with cement concrete or fitted with paver blocks. Before applying the thermoplastic material Ã‚Â required to be heated up to 200 degree celsius. If the surface of the road is of asphalt, it easily absorbs but not in case of cement concrete roads or paver blocks. Re-threaded tyre skid marks and idling oil leaked engines on these zebra crossings are also the reasons...
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