Bengaluru Traffic Police register 89,74,945 cases of traffic violations in 2023

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01-01-2024

    Majority of cases were captured by CCTV cameras

    7,055 people found guilty of driving under influence of alcohol

    Fines imposed on these cases amounted to Rs 184.83 crore

In the year 2023, a staggering 89,74,945 instances of traffic violations were documented, shedding light on the pervasive issue of non-compliance with road regulations.

Among these, an overwhelming majority of 87,25,321 cases were captured by Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, showcasing the crucial role of surveillance technology in enforcing traffic discipline. Additionally, 2,49,624 cases of traffic rule violations were directly registered by vigilant traffic police personnel.

A concerning aspect of the data reveals that 7,055 individuals were found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, while 16 accidents were attributed to drunken driving. The cumulative fines imposed on these cases amounted to a substantial Rs 184.83 crore, reflecting the stringent measures taken to deter and penalize traffic offenders.

Delving into the broader traffic scenario in Bengaluru for the same year, a total of 4,095 accidents occurred, resulting in a toll of 909 fatalities and 4,201 injuries.

In response to emergencies, the traffic police prioritized the concept of zero traffic, an initiative underscored by the creation of 22 dedicated green corridors for swiftly transporting patients in critical conditions.

This proactive approach aimed to mitigate the impact of traffic congestion on life-saving interventions during emergencies.

In essence, the statistics underscore the multifaceted efforts made by the Bengaluru traffic police in maintaining order and safety on the city’s roads in 2023.

Bengaluru Traffic Police register 89,74,945 cases of traffic violations in 2023

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    Majority of cases were captured by CCTV cameras

    7,055 people found guilty of driving under influence of alcohol

    Fines imposed on these cases amounted to Rs 184.83 crore

In the year 2023, a staggering 89,74,945 instances of traffic violations were documented, shedding light on the pervasive issue of non-compliance with road regulations.

Among these, an overwhelming majority of 87,25,321 cases were captured by Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, showcasing the crucial role of surveillance technology in enforcing traffic discipline. Additionally, 2,49,624 cases of traffic rule violations were directly registered by vigilant traffic police personnel.

A concerning aspect of the data reveals that 7,055 individuals were found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, while 16 accidents were attributed to drunken driving. The cumulative fines imposed on these cases amounted to a substantial Rs 184.83 crore, reflecting the stringent measures taken to deter and penalize traffic offenders.

Delving into the broader traffic scenario in Bengaluru for the same year, a total of 4,095 accidents occurred, resulting in a toll of 909 fatalities and 4,201 injuries.

In response to emergencies, the traffic police prioritized the concept of zero traffic, an initiative underscored by the creation of 22 dedicated green corridors for swiftly transporting patients in critical conditions.

This proactive approach aimed to mitigate the impact of traffic congestion on life-saving interventions during emergencies.

In essence, the statistics underscore the multifaceted efforts made by the Bengaluru traffic police in maintaining order and safety on the city’s roads in 2023.

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