Traffic discipline leads to development says Traffic DCP Kanthi Rana Tata

Traffic discipline leads to development says Traffic DCP Kanthi Rana Tata
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Vijayawada city Police Commissioner D Gowtham Sawang said that all vehicles drivers must follow traffic guidelines on roads to prevent accidents and called all section of people saying “Your safety secures your family – be cautious on road”.

Vijayawada city Police Commissioner D Gowtham Sawang said that all vehicles drivers must follow traffic guidelines on roads to prevent accidents and called all section of people saying “Your safety secures your family – be cautious on road”.

He has released the 28th National Road Safety Week - 2017 posters here on Thursday. The Krishna district Transport department conducted the national road safety week program to the APSRTC, Lorry and Auto drivers for creating the awareness on traffic guidelines at Lorry owner’s association office here on Thursday.

Addressing the gathering Commissioner of Police Gowtham Sawang said that all section of people must follow the traffic guidelines to make AP as a safe and security free State in India. “Two wheeler drivers must use helmets while riding to prevent accidents because 30 to 40 percent of accidents are related to the head in AP” he added.

Traffic DCP Kanthi Rana Tata said that nearly 350 people had died in road accidents in the year of 2016 in the city and about 420 people died in Hyderabad due to the same.” He said that transport, Police and NGO would conduct traffic awareness programmes for college students at their campuses in the future to prevent road accidents. “Police department would conduct a special drive to reduce road accidents in the city” he added.

RTC RM Rama Rao said that all vehicles drivers must know the traffic rules on roads to avoid accidents at danger zones in the city and the people of the city needs to change their attitude towards traffic to reduce accidents because. He said that traffic discipline would attract investments for developing the new state of AP and it indicated development.

Krishna district Transport Commissioner E Mera Prasad said that motor vehicles Acts were only for the safety of the people and all sections of people must follow traffic rules to avoid the traffic jams and roads accidents. He said that the Transport department would conduct Burra Katha and also distribute pamphlets to people for creating awareness on traffic rules and regulations at Benz circle, District Transport Commissioner (DTC) office in Vijayawada on Friday.

He added that DTC would conduct awareness programmes at Transport department fitness center on Saturday and also conduct road safety rally from association hall to PWD grounds. “There’s a free medical camp at the Transport office for all drivers at Vadeswaram from 10am on Saturday.

DTC would also conduct Burra Kathas at all junctions in the Vijayawada city for creating awareness on traffic and also distribute the pamphlets to the people on Sunday also. The traffic awareness programme would continue the entire district from January 19 to 25 in Krishna district through the various mediums,” he added. Krishna district lorry owner’s association members, Traffic awareness NGOs and nearly 200 drivers were present.

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