The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to make 15 noteworthy streets ‘no-stopping zones’, to urge individuals to utilize open parking garages. The street and traffic division has sent a rundown of 30 streets to the traffic police office who will accept a last call. Drivers leaving their vehicles inside a 1-km sweep of open parking areas are now being fined up to ₹10,000, however soon, they won’t almost certainly leave anyplace on 15 noteworthy streets in the city. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to make these streets ‘no-stopping zones’, to urge individuals to utilize open parking garages.
“After an exchange with the Mumbai Police, a portion of the streets will be announced as no-stopping ones. A last approach the streets is yet to be taken,” said Praveen Pardeshi, city magistrate. Authorities from the street and traffic office have been approached to propose five streets each from the island city, eastern and western rural areas each. The office has sent a rundown of 30 streets to the traffic police division who will accept a last call.
A senior urban authority stated, “Portions of major blood vessel streets will be proclaimed as no-stopping streets, in light of the fact that at those spots, it isn’t plausible to check the whole stretch. The rundown likewise incorporates streets that are limited because of infringements and sees unlawful stopping on the two sides.”
“It is no uncertainty an appreciated move. Yet, it should be an all around idea out arrangement where all details should be investigated before actualizing it. For example, where will the inhabitants from close-by structures leave their vehicles. Particularly, close-by business structures will likewise need parking spots as they have every day guests in enormous numbers. Will there an option for them?,” asked Vivek Pai, from the Mumbai Mobility Forum.
On June 19, Pardeshi coordinated every associate magistrate in BMC’s 24 authoritative wards to force a fine of up to Rs10, 000 on vehicle proprietors who park their autos inside a 1-km range of open parking areas. Mumbai has 146 open parking spots, with an ability to hold 34,808 bikes and four-wheelers.
In the mean time, the urban body, since this month, has begun a sans toll number and a Whatsapp number where natives can report deserted vehicles in their general vicinity and keep tabs on its development as well. An outside organization has been named to make a move on every such protest. The sans toll number for grumblings is 1800 220 620 and the Whatsapp number is 7777020828 where individuals can report the area with an image of the deserted vehicle. The office will arrange with individual wards who have locale over the region where the grumblings have originated from.