Wednesday, May 18, 2022

No entry to e-rickshaws on route 11 of the state capital, find out the reason behind banning them

If you are in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh and are planning to go somewhere by e-rickshaw, then you may have to change the plan. In fact, it has been decided to ban e-rickshaws on some routes for easy and jam free traffic in Lucknow. According to the notification issued by DK Thakur, Commissioner of Police, Lucknow Commissionerate, e-rickshaw driving and parking on 11 routes of Lucknow has been completely banned from May 12. It has been said that this order should be strictly followed. According to him, this order has been issued for easy and jam free travel.

E-rickshaws were banned from coming and going on these routes in Lucknow
1.
From Hazratganj Square to Warlington Square via Royal Hotel

2. From Hazratganj Crossroads to Bandariabagh Crossroads

3. Hazratganj Crossroads to Secunderabad Crossroads

4. From Hazratganj to Parivartan Chowk Via Alpha, Mayfair, Valmiki Tiraha, Press Club, Hindi Institute, KD Singh Stadium

5. Polytechnic intersection from Bandariabagh intersection to Lohia Path

6. Amausi to Barabirwa

7. From Ahimamau to Arjunganj Bazar to Rajman Chowki to Kataipul to Lalbatti Chouraha

8. From pickup bridge slope to Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, Vijaypur underpass and from Indira Gandhi Pratishthan intersection to Highkot gate no. 3 and from Indira Gandhi Pratishthan Chouraha to Gomtinagar Railway Station Road Tiraha

9. From Kamta Shaheed Path Tiraha to Shaheed Path Mod Kanpur Road Shaheed Path

10. From Badshah Nagar Crossroads to Lekhraj, Bhootnath to Polytechnic Crossroads

11. From Amausi turn to Munshipulia crossroads

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Yogi Adityanath had also expressed concern
Yogi Adityanath, the CM of UP, had expressed concern over road accidents a day ago. He said that accidents occur on highways and expressways due to overspeed. In such cases, improvement of black spot, speed measurement, quick medical facility, CCTV etc. should be further improved. Two-wheeler drivers account for the highest 33.4% of road accidents. 38.4% of accidents are due to overspeed, 9.2% are due to use of mobile while driving and 6.6% are due to intoxication.

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