New Delhi: The Delhi Traffic Police has issued a new guideline for the roads of the national capital. This new guideline is about the speed limit on the roads of Delhi.
This time some changes have been made in this rule as compared to earlier, for which notification has been issued.
The order will be pasted in the offices of the Deputy Commissioner of Police along with every police station.
The order will be published in the Official Gazette for the information of the general public. Along with this, a copy of it will be pasted on the notice boards of all the Deputy Commissioners of Police and all the Police Stations of Delhi/New Delhi so that people can know about it as much as possible so that no one is inconvenienced.
Since when is it applicable?
This order has been implemented with immediate effect from June 8. Changes will soon be seen on the roads regarding this. For the convenience of the public through the concerned agencies or other means, the old sign boards on the roads will be removed.
Soon after this, a new speed limit board will be installed so that people do not face inconvenience while driving.
Change has happened on these busy roads of Delhi
– NH-44 from Sanjay Gandhi Transport Nagar to Mukarba Chowk – 60 kmph
– Barapula Nala Road to Saraikale Khan – 60 kmph
– Noida toll road – 70 km per hour
– Outer Ring Road to Guru Chandgi Ram Akhara – 60 kmph
– Millennium Park to Ghazipur Border – 70 kmph
– T Point near Radisson Hotel to IGI Airport – 60 Kmph
Failure to comply will lead to fines. The Delhi Traffic Police will deal strictly with those who do not follow these speed limits. You will have to pay a challan as soon as you cross the speed limit. Therefore, to avoid penalties, it would be better to drive keeping the speed limit in mind.
According to the new notification of the Delhi Traffic Police, the maximum speed limit fixed for the car on most of the roads of the capital is around 60-70 kmph.
Meanwhile, there is a change in the rules for lakhs of two-wheelers in the capital, their maximum speed limit has been fixed at 50-60 km per hour. Meanwhile, 40 km per hour has been fixed as the speed limit for public transport vehicles like buses, tempos and three wheelers.