Hyderabad Likely To Get Infrastructure Revamp
Chief Advisor Rajiv Sharma suggested introducing several changes in traffic, infrastructure and pollution management in the city.
Hyderabad | 11th January 2017
Chief Advisor to the State government Rajiv Sharma today reviewed the functioning of the Hyderabad Traffic Integrated Management System in a meeting and suggested introducing multilevel parking spaces in commercial establishments and schools in the city to reduce traffic.
Acting upon the various issues raised in the Telangana Assembly including traffic and pollution woes in Hyderabad and Secunderabad, Sharma said that strict measures ought to be put in place to keep traffic in check. He suggested continue removing illegal vendors and hawkers from roadsides, introduce permanent measures to tackle the growing parking menace.
Apart from that, he emphasized the need to promote alternative fuels including CNG and restrict maximum weight vehicles including RTC buses could carry. He also directed the Municipal Administration department to formulate a time-frame for implementation of green buffers, pothole-free roads, completing the green drive in the city, water foundations, and black tapping and widening of roads.
Later, Sharma also stated that a strong drive against the burning of biomass, crop residue and garbage ought to be launched, and that officials should curb the burning of municipal solid waste and release of industrial emissions. Apart from this, he directed the Civil Supplies department to check fuel adulteration and random monitoring of fuel quality data.
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