Kathmandu, April 4
Traffic police have demanded that the government construct at least nine new pedestrian bridges in Kathmandu Valley so as to ease traffic management.
The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division says it will make efforts to construct the crossings at Koteshwar Chok, Naya Baneshwar Chok, Chabahil Chok, Narayan Gopal Chok and Maitighar among other places.
Speaking at a function organised to announce the launch of a new campaign in Kathmandu today, SSP Basanta Panta, chief of the Division, also informed that the Division formed a traffic action team to take action against rule breaking vehicles.
On the occasion, Inspector General of Nepal Police Sarbendra Khanal also directed the personnel to book vehicles that emit excessive smoke.
Kathmandu Chief District Officer Ram Prasad Acharya called on members of the public to actively participate in traffic management.
Published on April 4th, Thursday, 2019 4:18 PM
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