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22 June 2019

Snigdha Chandan das


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Bhubaneswar: To check the increasing number of road accidents on National Highway flyovers in Bhubaneswar the Police Commissionerate today held a meeting with the Transport Department and Khurda district administration.

Police Commissioner Satyajit Mohanty said that the preliminary report of the assessment of vulnerable spots will be sent to the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI). “We have identified the Black Spots. Now we would send the ‘Black Spot’ report to NHAI which will notify it formally,”

“To avoid accidents and maintain safety among the riders and drivers on the highway, signs and signals will be displayed. The process for regulating these new steps is in progress. Our focus is to check the daily road accidents on the NH,” he added. 

RTO Bhubaneswar II Sanjay Behera said that the Transport Department will ensure display of signs, signals and markings on priority. “We will use interceptor vehicles to capture and control vehicular speed. Accordingly, e-challans will be issued. We have already identified black spots between Khandagiri and Palasuni squares,” he added.

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Satyajit Mohanty, Police Commissioner, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack

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Sanjay Behera, RTO, Bhubaneswar-II