Kathmandu, June 21
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City says it will use the global positioning system (GPS) for effective traffic management in the city.
A study has begun to explore how the system can be used to fix bus stations in the city so that the traffic can be well-managed, according to the local government. It has been hoped that the system will effectively end the trend of stopping vehicles anywhere they like in the city where the number of vehicles is ever increasing.
KMC Chief Executive Officer Yadav Prasad Koirala says the local government has also launched another study to operate vehicles of the international standard in the city.
On the other hand, the City says it is ready to join hands with the Metropolitan Traffic Police Division for effective traffic management as well as bids to reduce accidents in the city.
Published on June 21st, Thursday, 2018 3:06 PM
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