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Admn for scientific plan to tackle traffic woes

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GUWAHATI, Sept 16 � The Kamrup Metro district administration today said it is looking forward to implement a scientific plan for dealing with the traffic problems of the city.

Kamrup Metro Deputy Commissioner Dr M Angamuthu told reporters here today that the aim of the district administration is to streamline traffic movement from Khanapara to Bharalumukh for smooth flow of traffic.

�The process is just to help the common public, visitors, pedestrians, small traders, business establishments, institutions, etc. This will also help in facilitation of emergency services like hospitals, fire in a time-bound manner,� he said.

Angamuthu said district administration is going to take a series of activities in a planned manner till December 31.

�The first step is to provide adequate parking provisions as per the existing Building Byelaws. We are also planning to involve all the stakeholders including common public, commercial establishments, and various institutions,� he said, adding that the administration has also sought the help of all stakeholders for help to streamline traffic and to help in devising a scientific plan for the city.

The administration has already decided to make the entire stretch of road from Khanapara to Bharalumukh a �no-parking zone� for private vehicles and as the first step, the stretch from Ganeshguri Floyover to Last Gate was last week declared a �no parking zone�.

Angamuthu said the purpose of declaring the Ganeshguri-Last Gate stretch as a no-parking zone is to study the vehicle movement and other details of vehicle owners so that a comprehensive plan can be formulated.

He also said that haphazard parking had not only resulted in traffic chaos but also led to rising incidents of accidents and loss of life on the city�s roads.

The DC said that as per the new and revised Building Byelaws for the Guwahati Metropolitan area, there are certain specified requirements for parking and all establishments, including residential and commercial, have to adhere to them.

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Admn for scientific plan to tackle traffic woes

GUWAHATI, Sept 16 � The Kamrup Metro district administration today said it is looking forward to implement a scientific plan for dealing with the traffic problems of the city.

Kamrup Metro Deputy Commissioner Dr M Angamuthu told reporters here today that the aim of the district administration is to streamline traffic movement from Khanapara to Bharalumukh for smooth flow of traffic.

�The process is just to help the common public, visitors, pedestrians, small traders, business establishments, institutions, etc. This will also help in facilitation of emergency services like hospitals, fire in a time-bound manner,� he said.

Angamuthu said district administration is going to take a series of activities in a planned manner till December 31.

�The first step is to provide adequate parking provisions as per the existing Building Byelaws. We are also planning to involve all the stakeholders including common public, commercial establishments, and various institutions,� he said, adding that the administration has also sought the help of all stakeholders for help to streamline traffic and to help in devising a scientific plan for the city.

The administration has already decided to make the entire stretch of road from Khanapara to Bharalumukh a �no-parking zone� for private vehicles and as the first step, the stretch from Ganeshguri Floyover to Last Gate was last week declared a �no parking zone�.

Angamuthu said the purpose of declaring the Ganeshguri-Last Gate stretch as a no-parking zone is to study the vehicle movement and other details of vehicle owners so that a comprehensive plan can be formulated.

He also said that haphazard parking had not only resulted in traffic chaos but also led to rising incidents of accidents and loss of life on the city�s roads.

The DC said that as per the new and revised Building Byelaws for the Guwahati Metropolitan area, there are certain specified requirements for parking and all establishments, including residential and commercial, have to adhere to them.