Noida Traffic Police Issue 12,358 Challans, Impound 86 Vehicles Over Weekend
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Noida Traffic Police Issue 12,358 Challans, Impound 86 Vehicles Over Weekend

Over the weekend, the Noida Traffic Police took strict enforcement measures, issuing a total of 12,358 challans for various traffic violations across the city. Additionally, they impounded 86 vehicles as part of efforts to ensure road safety and enforce traffic rules effectively.

The intensive enforcement drive targeted violations such as overspeeding, improper parking, driving without helmets, and other infractions that endanger public safety. The crackdown was particularly focused on areas known for high traffic density and frequent violations, aiming to instil discipline among motorists and reduce accidents.

Authorities emphasised the importance of adhering to traffic regulations to prevent road accidents and ensure smooth traffic flow, especially during peak hours and weekends when traffic volumes are typically high. The stringent actions were part of ongoing efforts by the Noida Traffic Police to create awareness about road safety and enforce compliance with traffic laws rigorously.

Motorists were urged to cooperate with traffic police personnel, follow traffic signals, wear helmets, and park vehicles responsibly to avoid penalties. The enforcement drive also included awareness campaigns to educate the public about the importance of safe driving practices and respect for traffic rules.

Such initiatives by the Noida Traffic Police are aimed at promoting a culture of responsible driving and reducing road accidents, contributing to safer road environments for all residents and commuters in the city.

Over the weekend, the Noida Traffic Police took strict enforcement measures, issuing a total of 12,358 challans for various traffic violations across the city. Additionally, they impounded 86 vehicles as part of efforts to ensure road safety and enforce traffic rules effectively. The intensive enforcement drive targeted violations such as overspeeding, improper parking, driving without helmets, and other infractions that endanger public safety. The crackdown was particularly focused on areas known for high traffic density and frequent violations, aiming to instil discipline among motorists and reduce accidents. Authorities emphasised the importance of adhering to traffic regulations to prevent road accidents and ensure smooth traffic flow, especially during peak hours and weekends when traffic volumes are typically high. The stringent actions were part of ongoing efforts by the Noida Traffic Police to create awareness about road safety and enforce compliance with traffic laws rigorously. Motorists were urged to cooperate with traffic police personnel, follow traffic signals, wear helmets, and park vehicles responsibly to avoid penalties. The enforcement drive also included awareness campaigns to educate the public about the importance of safe driving practices and respect for traffic rules. Such initiatives by the Noida Traffic Police are aimed at promoting a culture of responsible driving and reducing road accidents, contributing to safer road environments for all residents and commuters in the city.

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