The Ghaziabad municipal company has shortlisted 70 locations to be introduced a sophisticated surveillance system as a part of the Built-in Traffic Management System (ITMS), officers mentioned on Monday.
Under the proposed ITMS challenge pegged at an preliminary price of ₹48 crore, varied programs aimed toward streamlining traffic management might be put into place, together with traffic management, traffic enforcement, red-light violation detection, no-helmet detection and triple driving detection.
Earlier, the civic physique had proposed solely 58 locations to be introduced under ITMS; police later in January despatched an inventory of 100 new locations to the company to be included within the challenge.
The shortlisted locations embrace stretches between Hapur tri-junction to Mohan Nagar, Mohan Nagar to Seemapuri border, Tulsi Niketan to Nag Dwar, Elevated Street to Hapur Chungi, ALT to Meerut tri-junction, Hapur Chungi to Atma Ram Steels, outdated bus-stand to Ambedkar Street, Hapur tri-junction to Lal Kuan.
“After remodeling the challenge particulars, we now have now finalised 70 of the 158 proposed locations. These embrace 58 earlier proposed by the company whereas the remainder are those instructed by the police. The locations which hav not been included are those which aren’t under the jurisdiction of the company space. We’re finalising the locations and a revised challenge report might be despatched to the federal government for approval,” mentioned NK Chaudhary, chief engineer of the company.
“With the inclusion of new locations, the price of the challenge could escalate. We’re finalising the financials as nicely.”
Police commissioner Ajay Kumar Mishra couldn’t be reached for feedback over the event.