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    City Measures to Tackle Traffic Jams Unveiled by CM Revanth

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    Hyderabad’s Chief Minister, A Revanth Reddy, is taking action to address the frequent traffic jams in the city. To regulate the increasing vehicular traffic in Greater Hyderabad, several measures will be implemented. These include the establishment of multi-level parking centers, a special parking policy, deployment of law and order police during peak hours, recruitment of home guards, and the construction of wide roads and multi-story buildings in new HMDA layouts.

    In order to effectively tackle the traffic congestion issue, the Chief Minister has instructed officials to prepare a comprehensive plan. He emphasized the need to meet the future requirements for traffic maintenance in Hyderabad, a rapidly growing international city. As part of this plan, expert consultants will be hired to conduct a special study on traffic management.

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    The officials informed the Chief Minister that there is a shortage of traffic personnel to handle the increasing number of vehicles. In response, A Revanth Reddy ordered the appointment of a sufficient number of home guards within three months. In the meantime, home guards from other departments will be reassigned to the traffic department. Additionally, law and order police will be utilized for traffic control during peak hours, with police officers on two-wheeler traffic interceptors to regulate traffic and prevent congestion.

    The expansion of main roads and junctions is also a priority for the Chief Minister. Feasibility studies will be conducted to explore the construction of subways, underpasses, and surface ways similar to LB Nagar Junction in busy areas. Coordination between police officers and municipal zonal commissioners of Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda Commissionerates will be ensured through monthly review meetings.

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    To alleviate traffic problems, multi-level car parking centers will be encouraged through incentives for private and government organizations. A special parking policy will be developed for all modes of transportation. The criteria for allocating space for roads, parks, and infrastructure in new HMDA layouts will be re-examined, taking into consideration traffic movement in the areas. The Chief Minister also suggested officials visit other cities and countries to study successful methods of developing wide roads.

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