Mumbai :23 April :-
The Intelligence Traffic Management System will be used in Mumbai to provide modern technology for easy transport for easy transportation. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced today that the system will be implemented throughout the state.
Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadnavis inaugurates road safety fortnight organized by Transport Department and Traffic Police Department,Mumbai and Transport Minister Diwakar Rao, were present in the presence of MP Arvind Sawant.
Chief Minister Shri. Fadnavis said, the road accident in the state has declined in the last three years. However, there is further scope for improvement to reduce accidents. Transport Department and Traffic Police have implemented more efforts and awareness awareness and new initiatives.
CCTV Network, e-Challan, has made it easy to take action on unsolicited traffic. This has led to increased traffic congestion in the public. There is a considerable change in the use of technology for law enforcement.
Through the medium of Artificial Intelligence, study of people’s habits, crimes, traffic, and analysis will be done. For this purpose, the Intelligence Traffic Management System implemented on experimental basis in Mumbai will be used to study the traffic on the road and plan for the same as transportation.
This can be done to prevent traffic jams, to prevent accidents. This system will soon be implemented in full state. The Intelligence Traffic Management System will also help in improving the traffic in Pune. Fadnavis said.
Chief Minister Shri. Fadnavis said, “Although there is a large number of traffic in Mumbai, the citizens are less vulnerable because they are in compliance with the rules. As well as taking action against drivers, awareness regarding their routine and awareness should be necessary. State Government is taking steps for education of children and children.
There is a lot of awareness among the people through ‘No Hanking’ program implemented by the Transport Department. This is a folklore. Large funds are being provided for the development of unbearable roads and engineering sector.
A smart intimensional mechanism will be prepared for the Nagpur accident on the Mumbai Shrishthi highway. Similarly, the Pune-Mumbai highway will also be built on this system. Chief Minister Shri. Shri. Appealed to everyone to come together and take initiative and initiate public awareness and awareness for safe journey without following the safety of Pandharvada. Fadnavis did.
Minister of Transportation Mr. Raote said, the transport department and the traffic department are working to reduce the road accidents. Before the vehicles are available on the road, they are technically capable, technically automated auto inspection vehicle is being constructed on behalf of the transport department.
The entire online system has been set up in the Transport Office in the state for the learners. The Transport Department is working efficiently and is using a new method. Large amount of road safety fund has accumulated in the state.
About 3.28 million vehicles have been registered in the state. It is a matter of concern that 36 lakh vehicles have been registered in cities like Mumbai, Pune. A city like Mumbai has caused a parking problem. This problem will not be solved without adequate building of the vehicles.
Chief Minister has taken initiative for this. Large number of road works have been done in the state. To prevent road accidents, the traffic police is implementing a large number of measures, and further efforts are being made. Ravite said at this time.
Additional Chief Secretary of the Home, Sudhir Shrivastav, Principal Secretary, Transport, Manoj Sonek, Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padalagikar, Police Joint Commissioner (Transport) Amitesh Kumar, Transport Commissioner Shekhar Channe were present on the occasion. Chief Minister Shri Fadnavis, Transport Minister Shri. Rawat signed an active public awareness drive and signed active participation in the campaign. Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar informed about the various activities being implemented by the traffic department in the introduction.