The system will comprise of increased number of CCTV cameras, wifi and e-challan facility.
Also, Noida Chairman Rama Raman flagged off the PCR fleet at Noida Traffic Management Centre on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
“132 CCTV cameras have been installed on the 23.5 kilometre stretch of Noida and Greater Noida Expressway,” said Sandeep Chandra, Senior Project Engineer Noida Traffic Cell.
“We have also planned wifi facility on the expressway. E-challan system is also under development. We are linking the national transport server where registration record of vehicles is available online. The systems, though will be inaugurated later,” G P Singh, Finance Controller Noida authority and in charge of the intelligent traffic system said.
The Noida police has already installed 126 CCTV cameras at various crossings in the city.
Moreover, about 23 PCR vehicles have been provided by Noida authority to the police for patrolling in the city.
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