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Rs. 1,000 Traffic Fines – Very Harsh to Middle-class Citizens

By correspondent

Fine amount for signal jumping and wrong parking has increased from Rs.200 to Rs.1,000, and for cell-phone driving from Rs.500 to Rs.1,000. This is very harsh to middle-class citizens. Rs.1,000 is a big share of middle-class person's monthly income and also encourages corruption. Government should frame policies, that are beneficial to people. »

Revised Traffic Fines in Hyderabad City

By correspondent

Offense Related to Documents Offense Maximum penalty To drive a vehicle without license. Rs. 300/- for two & four wheelers. Driving a vehicle without registration Rs. 1,000/- for two & four wheelers, Driving a vehicle without insurance Rs. 300/- for two & four wheelers, »

Beware Cell-phone Drivers and Signal Jumpers – Fine is Rs.1,000/- Now

By correspondent

My dear cell-phone drivers, signal jumpers and irresponsible parking people… You have a bad news to look out for. Government has revised the fine amounts for certain traffic violations. The fine amount for signal jumping, cell phone driving and unauthorized parking has been increased to Rs. 1,000/- and it is in implementation from 12th... »

TOFFEE Stickers to Wipro Employees – Exemption from Regular Vehicle Checks

By HIOC Team

The Cyberabad traffic police in association with the MNCs in the Cyberabad area launched ‘Total Offence Free Entry (TOFFEE)’ certificate program. Presently, the TOFFEEs are issued only to the employees of Wipro. According to this program, the employees having the TOFFEE stickers should display them on their vehicles so that they will be exempted... »

Traffic Violators to be Charged with Hefty Penalties

By HIOC Team

19 Aug 11: The state government has highly increased the penalties on motorists who violate the traffic rules as per the GO 108. If the motorists are caught doing various activities such as, talking in mobile while driving or jumping signal will be fined Rs.1,000. Even the motorists who are caught driving in wrong... »

Now Main Roads in the City to be Free from Mobile Vending

By HIOC Team

29 Jul 11: GHMC has announced that as a part of a special drive, mobile vending and stationary businesses on the main roads (red zones) in all the 18 circles of the city will be taken off. This is being done in order to enable free movement of vehicular traffic on roads and also... »

Fine of Rs.500 to be Charged for Jumping Signals

By HIOC Team

17 Jun 11: The city traffic police department has sent proposals to government, requesting it to amend the AP Motor Vehicles (MV) Act, so that the upper limit for the fines levied on the motorists can be raised up to Rs.500 for violating various traffic regulations. As per the present Act, a fine of... »

2,500 Traffic Marshals to be Deployed to Regulate Traffic

By HIOC Team

6 Jun 11: The metro rail authorities and traffic police have decided to deploy 2,500 traffic marshals on the routes where the earth excavation works are going to begin for metro rail project to avoid any inconvenience to commuters. The L&T metro rail Hyderabad limited has currently started these works on two stretches: Miyapur... »

New Traffic Restrictions at Major Junctions in the City

By HIOC Team

3 Jun 11: To avoid traffic jams at major junctions and routes of the city, the traffic police have imposed new restrictions for vehicles. According to these new restrictions, the right turn at the Punjagutta junction has been banned by the traffic police. From now, the vehicles coming towards Khairthabad from Nagarjuna circle, should... »

Radar Guns to Keep a Check on Road Deaths

By HIOC Team

28 March 2011: The AP police have come up with new radar guns called ProVida 2000, as a safety measure to check the mishaps on major roads. They will be installed on the police vehicles stationed on the roads. These guns can instantly take the photo of the speeding vehicle, the speed at which... »

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