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Traffic cops looking at image makeover, to get fresh talent

JCP (Traffic) Milind Bharambe and his team have, since May 6, interviewed 500 constables.

Traffic cops undergo performance appraisal

There will be a roster five constables whose performance has been poor.


Gandhigiri: No traffic challans for 3 days,only pamphlets for you

After issuing enough challans,now traffic department is in a mood to do Gandhigiri

Civic body to concretise major roads in 6 years

Besides doubling the budget allocation for its roads,bridges and traffic department for the coming fiscal,the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has announced an ambitious plan to concretise all roads wider than 18 metres in six years.

One cop mans 4-5 signals,traffic department tells HC

A single constable on an average controls about four to five traffic signals in the city at present,the state traffic department said on Monday.

Traffic permit done,now corporators want bhoomi puja in every ward

Despite getting Traffic Department’s nod to go ahead with its Rs 575-crore major road projects,the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has been unable to start the work,this time owing to demand of bhoomi pujans for each ward.


...For two months,cops have not kept ‘direct’ eye on it too

For two months now,the Mumbai Police Traffic Department control room and other police departments have had no direct and real-time information on the happenings on the highly sensitive Bandra-Worli Sea Link.

Underage drivers on rise in Mohali; not enough traffic cops to enforce law

In spite of a large number of underage drivers in the city,the traffic department has been unable to keep a check on them due to shortage of adequate personnel.

Cops intensify drive against ‘refusal to ply'

That might be the most common excuse you will hear from taxi or autorickshaw drivers during the monsoon,but this season,the Traffic Department of the Mumbai Police is promising to change that.

Special drives not enough to check overspeeding

When the Chandigarh traffic police started a special drive to check reckless and high-speed driving on August 1,in the first three days they issued 185 challans.