DC Srinagar Reviews Measures for Adequate Parking, City Traffic Decongestion – India Education | Latest Education News | Global education news


SRINAGAR: To ensure adequate parking in the heavily congested areas of Srinagar city, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Mohammad Aijaz Asad chaired a joint all-stakeholder meeting in the meeting room of the DC office complex on Friday, here.

During the meeting, a tense discussion took place regarding providing adequate parking space for traders in Lal Chowk, Residency Road, Poloview, Batmaloo, Hari Sing High Street, Goni Khan, Shaheed Gunj and other adjacent areas to overcome traffic jams. in the city.

The meeting also discussed measures taken to streamline and improve the traffic system, in addition to measures taken to reduce nuisance due to poor parking and roadside encroachments in the city.

On occasion, the deputy commissioner insisted on coordinating the efforts of the district administration, traffic police, SMC, SDA and all stakeholders, including traders and customers. , strictly following the traffic rules in letter and spirit for the greater good of the public.

The DC also insisted on the optimal use of the existing car park and on the simultaneous identification and development of new parking spaces to accommodate the vehicles of traders and customers. He also asked to reserve adequate parking spaces for traders for a reasonable monthly fee.

While interacting with the representatives of the various professional bodies, the DC asked them to cooperate with the Administration to ensure a good regulation of the traffic in the city in particular on the congested and heavy traffic axes to overcome the traffic jams.

The DC also asked them to motivate other traders and the general public to use paid parking lots to overcome traffic jams.

Regarding the demand of traders to provide parking spaces to traders at preferential rates, the deputy commissioner asked the relevant SDA authorities to examine the trader’s request as a priority and to review the parking fees for traders because they must use on a daily basis.

The deputy commissioner also asked the SDA authorities to submit land allocation requests for new parking sites in the city so that sufficient parking space is available to accommodate more vehicles.

The Vice President of Srinagar Development Authority also spoke on this occasion and briefed the President on the current parking capacity available in Srinagar.

The Vice President, SDA, Bashir Ahmad, Additional Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Syed Hanief Balkhi, SP Traffic, Zaffar Ahmad, Director of Planning, Secretary SDA, Tehsildar South and others concerned were present at the meeting .


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