Strengthening the department to fight traffic woes in the city
Traffic is one of the problems which is a challenge to the Vadodara police and they are trying their best to resolve it. Specially the wrong parking by the people create the chaos and increase the traffic woes in the city.
To fight such situation traffic police get 19 new towing cranes on Wednesday adding to their operating six vehicles. The extra cranes gives the much needed strength to the traffic department to deal with the ever increasing traffic problem in the city.
The department also will get additional 15 four wheeler towing vehicles which add to fleet and strengthening the hands of police. Police Commissioner Anupam Singh Gahlaut, Joint CP Kesrisinh Bhati and Traffic ACP Anita Vanani flagged off the new towing vans from the police bhavan towards their destination.
“The aim is to fight the traffic violation in the city and the 40 odd vehicles in our fleet gives us the strength to resolve the problem. The two wheeler towing vans will be operating in the areas they have been assigned and tow the wrongly parked vehicles from there. We have hired the vehicles from private parties after the tender process jointly operated by their persons and police personnel,” said Anupam Singh Gahlaut Police Commissioner Vadodara.
He further added that through towing and other traffic violations the Vadodara traffic department collected 6cr as fine and out of which 3cr alone is from towing.