Unruly signal jumping on Sayyaji Rao Road
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Unruly signal jumping on Sayyaji Rao Road

February 9, 2020

Sir,

In spite of having CCTV cameras at several junctions in city, including on Sayyaji Rao Road, near Private Bus Stand, there has been a lot of motorists jumping the signal which is unruly behaviour.

The way the impatient motorists jump the signal causes anxiety among the rules-abiding motorists. Probably the cameras at this junction are not working and are just serving as a show-piece or the cameras are not focused to capture the vehicle registration number and the specific offences.

This is a busy junction with a moderately heavy traffic density and traffic rule violaters can cause unwarranted and unpleasant situations, if not curtailed by the Traffic Police.

– A.S. Mohit Muthappa, Mysuru, 5.2.2020

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2 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Unruly signal jumping on Sayyaji Rao Road”

  1. K Chandrahas says:

    In spite of having CCTV cameras at several junctions in city, including on Sayyaji Rao Road, near Private Bus Stand, there has been a lot of motorists jumping the signal which is unruly behaviour.

    The way the impatient motorists jump the signal causes anxiety among the rules-abiding motorists. Probably the cameras at this junction are not working and are just serving as a show-piece or the cameras are not focused to capture the vehicle registration number and the specific offences.

    This is a busy junction with a moderately heavy traffic density and traffic rule violators can cause unwarranted and unpleasant situations, if not curtailed by the Traffic Police.

    – A.S. Mohit Muthappa, Mysuru, 5.2.2020

    Plagiarism in letter writing
    Parts of my letter appearing in SOM under the caption “Rampant signal jumping” dated 31st March, reproduced by Mohit Muthappa in his letter. He forgot to correct “singular and plural” while copying.

  2. K Chandrahas says:

    MY LETTER APPEARING ON 31st MARCH 2019.
    Rampant signal jumping
    Sir,
    In spite of having a couple of cameras installed at the junction close to V V Mohalla traffic police station, signal jumping by the impatient motorists is rampant at this location. The way motorists jump the signal and drive head on, against the on-coming vehicles causes jitters to the rules abiding motorists. It is observed that most of the signal jumpers also be flouting all other traffic rules and repeat this with impunity.

    Probably the cameras fixed at this junction are defunct and serve as a show piece or the cameras are not focused to capture the vehicle registration number and the specific offences committed by the offenders.

    This is a busy junction with a moderately heavy traffic density and traffic rules violators can cause unwarranted, unwanted and unpleasant situations at this junction, if not curtailed seriously by the traffic police.

    K. CHANDRAHAS,

    K R S Road, Mysuru.

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