Jaipur traffic police begins a humanitarian initiative, install shades for bikers

The Municipal Corporation of Jaipur has started a unique initiative with its alertness and dedication. This initiative is for all those bikers who continue their journey on the scorching roads. Because of the increasing temperature, Jaipur Municipal Corporation installed a green net shade on the signal. The temperature has crossed 40 degrees in Jaipur. The corporation will install a green shade net on all those traffic signals where the red light is on for more than 1 minute.

The temperature is continuously increasing in Jaipur. Often, even when the traffic signal turns green twice, vehicles are unable to cross at major traffic signals due to heavy traffic. In such a situation, drivers have to wait at traffic signals for a long time. In this, two-wheeler drivers and cyclists face the most problems. Keeping this in mind, this time the Greater Municipal Corporation has taken the initiative to install green shade nets at the intersections. It has been started at Rambagh Circle.

Seeing this initiative of the Municipal Corporation, the drivers and traffic police personnel there have appreciated it a lot. He said that even in four-wheelers ACs are failing in summer. So what would be the condition of two-wheelers, cyclists, and pedestrians? Therefore, this step has been taken keeping in mind public sentiments. In the same sequence, now green shade net will be installed on the traffic signals of Jaipur with a stoppage time of more than 1 minute. This initiative of Greater Municipal Corporation has also been welcomed by the drivers. At the same time, the traffic police personnel deployed at traffic signals in Jaipur city have also got a lot of relief from this system.

Ultimately, we all want more people to know about this humanitarian initiative and spread the message in the society that together we can take our city safe and in the right direction. Jaipur Municipal Corporation is commended for this important initiative, and we hope that its success and impact will inspire new heights.

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