Tag: Mysuru City Traffic Police

More on vehicles without number plates!
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More on vehicles without number plates!

Sir, The concern raised by Prof. B.S. Shankara on new two-wheelers moving without number plates in city is highly appreciated (SOM dated Aug. 16). Here, I would like to inform that it is not just new two-wheelers or cars that run sans registration number plates but even many old vehicles are also being used on…

Defunct signal lights at Kumbarakoppal Gate
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Defunct signal lights at Kumbarakoppal Gate

Sir, Signal lights were installed at Kumbarakoppal Gate, KRS Road, Mysuru, two years ago. But nowadays suddenly they are defunct for reasons known to the authorities concerned only. This Gate is a very busy junction, particularly during peak hours. Is it not the duty of the authorities concerned to maintain  functioning of the traffic signals…

“It’s same law for government official or general public”
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“It’s same law for government official or general public”

Workshop on ‘Road Safety’ held Mysuru: “The Law does not discriminate between a government official, private person and organisations. It is the same for everyone,” said Traffic ACP K.N. Madaiah. He was reacting to a question about what action would the Traffic Police take against KSRTC bus drivers who flout the road rules regularly, at…

Defective number plates on the rise
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Defective number plates on the rise

Sir, Nowadays it has become quite common to see vehicles, especially two-wheelers, to move around in the city with missing or defective number plates. Recently I have noticed one such vehicle, with blocked number plate (see photo) but could not follow it as I was in a hurry to go on my work. In this…

Traffic chaos on Saraswathipuram Main Roads
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Traffic chaos on Saraswathipuram Main Roads

Sir, Recently, the two prominent entry and exit roads in Saraswathipuram, 3rd Cross and 5th Cross, were asphalted  by the civic authorities. Unfortunately, these two roads which also are the primary bus routes, seem to have been converted to two-way traffic by the users, despite the fact that these roads were marked as one-way many…

Scooter is for two; not for too many !
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Scooter is for two; not for too many !

Sir, It is becoming common these days, three adults, mostly head-long youngsters, triple riding two-wheelers (scooters and bikes), which is not only a violation of traffic rules but also an invitation to accidents. A scooter or bike is designed to carry two persons only and any extra load it is made to haul may result…

Traffic restrictions at city centre
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Traffic restrictions at city centre

Sir, This is with reference to the restriction of parking and traffic movement on Sayyaji Rao Road and D.D. Urs Road as proposed by PWD and District in-Charge Minister Dr. H.C. Mahadevappa, which is aimed at reducing congestion on these busy roads. In this regard a similar opinion was made by me earlier itself (De-congest…

Why humps at traffic signal points?
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Why humps at traffic signal points?

Sir, I have been observing that Mysuru’s vehicular traffic is on the rise since 10 years. There are several traffic signals which have come up due to increased traffic at different junctions. Prior to traffic signals at these junctions, there were road humps to control the speed of vehicles. But when a new traffic signal…

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