District Road Safety Committee meeting: Speed governor will be installed in school buses - Monitoring will be done, 196 people lost their lives in 597 accidents

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District Road Safety Committee meeting: Speed governor will be installed in school buses - Monitoring will be done, 196 people lost their lives in 597 accidents
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4:41 PM July 28, 2022
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In a meeting of the District Road Safety Committee in Khargone on Thursday evening at the Collector Office, Collector Kumar Purushottam has instructed Transport Officer Barkha Gaur to compulsorily check the speed governor in school buses. Coordinates all and call the vehicle on a certain date. Apart from this, maintain the full data of the bus drivers and the stop of the stop. During the meeting, the black spots on various highways and other important routes in the district were reviewed. Information on the black spot was presented in the previous meeting as per the instructions given. Works were done by various departments in the district like indicators and fixing roads at a total of 13 black spots. The meeting also reviewed the dead in road accidents in the last years. As of June this year, 196 died in cases of 597 accidents. The district administration and police administration are moving towards eliminating accidents through the road safety committee in the district. The roads found on the main road. In the accident, DM Rakesh Jain of MPRDC said that the main roads in the district Rumble strips should be held on rural roads, but on this issue, Collector Kumar has instructed other concerned departments to complete this work. The MPRDC department will submit a list of such routes. In the transportation system of CM Rise School, Collector Kumar directed DPC KK Dongre and Transport Officer that MP Government is going to make transport arrangements for students studying in CM Rise School. For this, tenders will be extracted by DPC. While the transport officer should meet the bus operators and hold a meeting to ensure this system. This arrangement is not being done smoothly in other districts. There will be a meeting of mini buses carrying students, during the meeting, Superintendent of Police Dharamvir Singh said that many students in the district come to school college by mini buses or small vehicles. Such vehicles do not have complete documents. After meeting them separately, also fix this system. Especially storms that run at very fast pace. These will also have to be banned. The passengers did not sit more than the capacity. Collector Kumar directed that buses should be investigated continuously. Giving information in the meeting, Transport Officer Gaur said that 3 such vehicles have been caught on Thursday. Those who were operating on various routes without license. Now 5 times the action will be taken on these. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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