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Let us combat the traffic of Guwahati, a gateway to North-East India

Start Date: 13-07-2018
End Date: 31-07-2021

Guwahati, the gateway to the Northeast India, has emerged as a fast-developing metropolitan city over the period of time. But, urbanisation has its own challenges and consequences. ...

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Guwahati, the gateway to the Northeast India, has emerged as a fast-developing metropolitan city over the period of time. But, urbanisation has its own challenges and consequences. Due to various socio-economic reasons, the city has experienced a huge increase in population, which has resulted increased number of vehicles.
Each day the number of vehicles that ply on the Guwahati city streets are increasing which aggravates traffic congestion and accidents. Considering the immediate need to maintain a free-flowing traffic in Guwahati, MyGov Assam solicits suggestions from the citizens on how to tackle the problems relating to traffic.

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Deepak Kamat 4 months 2 weeks ago

The city sees a huge increase in the number of private vehicles on the road. It is to be done that new roads and pathways are developed because at the moment the roads of Guwahati are very congested and need for new ones are obvious.

Then it is to be spread as an awareness that people should consider public transport an option, most people do not like to travel on public transport due to the unruliness that comes with it, we can take example from Indore's BRTS system

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Manash Paul 7 months 3 weeks ago

jalukbari to Maligaon chariali like bahal road ase jam lagibo nalage bt road r 2 fale pvt car samuha park kora karone jam jot sristi hoi.prasason iar karone uchit upai korile jam komibo buli vabu.Fancy bazar & Athgaon r same condition.

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Manash Paul 7 months 3 weeks ago

2.Mini city bus driver bilakar uporot kichu tight action hobo lage jate teoloke passanger dekha palei brake mari jam logoa banha hoi.

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Manash Paul 7 months 3 weeks ago

1.Guwahati jam jotor main reason hol Guwahati thoka bus or super stand jene Machkhowa,Paltan bazar & Adabari.Assam government jodi ai stand bor ISBT lai transfer Kore tend hole jam jotor problem bahu khini komibo buli moi vabu.

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Bhawna 8 months 17 hours ago

(15) Let the automobile dealers sell new cars only after getting approval of the Transport Department.

(16) Use of cell phones while driving should be strictly disallowed.

(17) Last but not the least, the authorities concerned must carry out effective mass awareness campaigns on traffic rules and regulations on a regular basis.

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Bhawna 8 months 17 hours ago

11) Zebra-crossings with white paint should be visible from a distance.

(12) Construction of more footbridges and flyovers is necessary at busy intersections in the city.

(13) Widening of all the busy roads in the city is necessary to accommodate increasing traffic.

(14) Electronic traffic control systems should be installed at all traffic points in the city.

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Bhawna 8 months 17 hours ago

(8) Deployment of adequate traffic police personnel is a must for the regulation of ever-increasing traffic in the city.

(9) Quick completion of construction/repairing of roads and by-lanes in the city in the rainy season should be made mandatory.

(10) Traffic police personnel or the Transport Department officials must conduct random checking of city buses/vehicles for fake licences and overloading.

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Bhawna 8 months 17 hours ago

(5) Unskilled drivers should not be allowed to drive on the busy roads of the city.

(6) A stringent licence-issuance process and imposition of stiff penalties for the violators, and also imposition of exemplary on-the-spot penalty for violation of traffic rules or rash driving are a must.

(7) Maximum 2 or 3 city buses should be allowed to park at a city bus stop in the same time for avoiding traffic jam.

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Bhawna 8 months 17 hours ago

(2) The Department of Transport, the traffic police and the PWD should jointly look after different aspects of road safety in the city.

(3) Whoever drives a motor vehicle or a city bus at a speed exceeding a prescribed limit should be punished with fine. Tipsy drivers should also be brought to book with exemplary punishment.

(4) There should be strict restriction on haphazard parking of heavy vehicles, city buses and private cars on busy roads of the city.