Keeping watch on speeding vehicles through Speed Guns.
Now one has to pay fine of Rs. 400 for Speeding in city area as Vadodara traffic police is initiating a unique campaign to fine people violating the limits. As per the notification issued by police commissioner the speed limits of the vehicles are now limited based on the city and national highway. The traffic department will keep the hawk eye through speed gun on the drivers.
As per the notification issued by Vadodara police commissioner Anupam Sinh Gahlaut, the speeding vehicles on city roads are dangerous for the people and can cause fatal injuries. In view of that police limits the speed of vehicles on city roads and will check the over speeding ones with the help of Speed Guns at identified locations. The over speeding drivers will be identified with the help of Speed Guns and will be penalised by the traffic department. The speed limit of vehicles is also decided in city and highway areas.
As per the notification the City area speed limit will be 40kmph and on Highway the drivers can drive till 50kmph. The speed limit for the heavy vehicles will be 30kmph, for medium, light and two wheelers, the speed limit will be 40kmph.
Vadodara police decide the speed limit of the vehicles on city roads and highways. The road from Fajalpur bridge GSFC Jambuva Bypass NH8 speed limit is 50km, GSFC till Chhani Jakat Naka, Baroda dairy, Tarsali village, Lalbaug gate, Vishwamitri bridge, Akshar chowk, OP Road, Race course circle, Sarabhai crossing, Shastri bridge, Utkarsh Petrol pump, VIP road, Harni Golden Chowkdi, Karelibaug Water tank to ring road, Ajwa and Waghodia crossing speed limit is 40kmph.
Chhani toll plaza, Nizampura, Fatehgunj circle, Kalaghoda circle, jail road, Indira Avenue road, Lalbaug crossing, Station road, Jetalpur road, Akota road, Gotri road, Gorwa road, Karelibaug road and Ropura road, Nyaymandir, Dandia Bazaar, Rajmahal road, Siddhnath road, Vinoba Bhave road, R.C. Dutt road and other areas the limit is 40kmph.
The traffic department also decide the speeds of heavy vehicles to 30kmph, medium vehicles 40kmph, Light vehicles 40kmph and two wheeler speed to 40kmph.