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[Watch] This Is How The Camera Will Catch You, If You Break The Traffic Rules

The Logical Indian

December 30th, 2015

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Dear Friends,As of now Traffic is moving in normal phase at all places. City Traffic is closely monitoring at Traffic Management Centre, through surveillance cameras. From here, we are booking traffic violators, controlling signal light timings, putting messages to VMS boards, sharing the traffic situation report to all FM channels, Doordarshan, also sending SMS alerts & updating BTP social media. Commuters are requested to co-operate with us by following Traffic rules & regulations.*Video source: Mayohall junction camera, MG road, Time: 0915Hrs.

Posted by Bengaluru Traffic Police on Sunday, December 27, 2015

Traffic problem is one of the worst. We are best at breaking traffic rules, honking unnecessarily not giving way to ambulance. This kind of vigilance and initiative may take some time but will be deterrent and people will understand if it is implemented strictly.

We request you all to follow traffic rules, give way to ambulance, don’t honk unnecessarily. Now the cameras are in place you may get caught and fine could be slapped. So for our own good and safety let us pledge not to break the traffic rules.

According to Bengaluru Traffic Police:

As of now Traffic is moving in normal phase at all places. City Traffic is closely monitoring at Traffic Management Centre, through surveillance cameras. From here, we are booking traffic violators, controlling signal light timings, putting messages to VMS boards, sharing the traffic situation report to all FM channels, Doordarshan, also sending SMS alerts & updating BTP social media.
Commuters are requested to co-operate with us by following Traffic rules & regulations.
*Video source: Mayohall junction camera, MG road, Time: 0915Hrs.

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