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    2 Traffic Task Force vehicles launched by Cyberabad police in Hyderabad

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    The Cyberabad Police Commissioner, Stephen Raveendra, launched two Traffic Task Force vehicles on Friday. These vehicles will help regulate traffic in the Balanagar and Jeedimetla zones. In total, 18 motorcycles will be used to control traffic in the Cyberabad Commissionerate.

    Each motorcycle is equipped with two policemen who form a team of six. During peak hours, when traffic is heavy, the task force will move around and quickly respond to traffic jams, slowdowns, vehicle breakdowns, or water logging to ensure smooth traffic flow. They will work in coordination with law enforcement officers and attend calls related to traffic slowdowns and traffic jams within their jurisdiction.

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    The motorcycles are modified with sirens and a public address system. Policemen in the task force are provided with body-worn cameras, breath analyzers, goggles, wireless communication sets, and LED batons.

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