Bengaluru Traffic Police undertake special drive on traffic violations, book 149 cases

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20-01-2024

    Special drive aimed at enhancing road safety near educational institutions

    Conducting checks on 1,145 vehicles, traffic police booked 149 cases

    Infractions included underage riding and riding without helmets

During a targeted initiative on January 19, the traffic police in southern Bengaluru undertook a special drive aimed at enhancing road safety near educational institutions.

The intensified effort was prompted by a noticeable surge in hazardous driving practices and traffic rule violations involving both students and parents in the vicinity of schools and colleges.

In a concerted endeavour spanning 13 stations, traffic police sought to address these concerns and mitigate the risk of accidents and potential injuries.

Conducting thorough checks on 1,145 vehicles, the traffic police found 149 cases of various traffic violations. The infractions included underage riding, riding against the designated traffic flow, and riding without helmets.

The highest incidence of violations occurred within the jurisdiction of the Thalaghattapura traffic police station, where 31 cases were registered. Following closely, the Jayanagar limits saw 26 cases, while the Adugodi limits recorded 22 cases.

This proactive approach underscores the authorities’ commitment to fostering a safer environment around educational institutions and highlights the need for ongoing efforts to instill responsible road behavior among students and their guardians.

By addressing these issues head-on, the traffic police aim to create a culture of compliance with traffic regulations, ultimately contributing to the well-being of all road users in the community.

Bengaluru Traffic Police undertake special drive on traffic violations, book 149 cases

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    Special drive aimed at enhancing road safety near educational institutions

    Conducting checks on 1,145 vehicles, traffic police booked 149 cases

    Infractions included underage riding and riding without helmets

During a targeted initiative on January 19, the traffic police in southern Bengaluru undertook a special drive aimed at enhancing road safety near educational institutions.

The intensified effort was prompted by a noticeable surge in hazardous driving practices and traffic rule violations involving both students and parents in the vicinity of schools and colleges.

In a concerted endeavour spanning 13 stations, traffic police sought to address these concerns and mitigate the risk of accidents and potential injuries.

Conducting thorough checks on 1,145 vehicles, the traffic police found 149 cases of various traffic violations. The infractions included underage riding, riding against the designated traffic flow, and riding without helmets.

The highest incidence of violations occurred within the jurisdiction of the Thalaghattapura traffic police station, where 31 cases were registered. Following closely, the Jayanagar limits saw 26 cases, while the Adugodi limits recorded 22 cases.

This proactive approach underscores the authorities’ commitment to fostering a safer environment around educational institutions and highlights the need for ongoing efforts to instill responsible road behavior among students and their guardians.

By addressing these issues head-on, the traffic police aim to create a culture of compliance with traffic regulations, ultimately contributing to the well-being of all road users in the community.

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