BENGALURU: City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant welcomed ideas for another PARKING strategy that is right now getting looked at by the State Government. The strategy focuses on a significant update of the stopping scene in the city.
City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant asked the public on the online platform for ideas on the most proficient method to carry out an appropriate stopping framework in Bengaluru. The city has disapproved of poor assigned parking spots just as illicit stopping. Occupants all over Bengaluru have griped about the absence of parking spaces and the hindering of streets by left vehicles.
“The stopping strategy that is getting looked at is as old as one set forth by the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT). It diagrams a great deal of new components which assign where stopping is permitted and not allowed and different arrangements for stopping in Bengaluru,”
Named Parking Policy 2.0, the draft strategy was advanced by DULT and endorsed by the public authority in February. While there has been no set date for when the approach will happen, City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant said that it was as yet in the beginning phases of pondering.
Whenever passed, the strategy will endeavor to move Bengaluru’s tumultuous stopping scene toward one that in coordinated. The strategy diagrams plans for assigned stopping regions just as charging for stopping around Bengaluru. It subtleties the requirement for stopping grants, where residents can pay for stopping on a yearly premise just as legitimate authorization and execution of stopping laws.