Joint Collector Mallikarjuna suggests safety measures on highway
Joint Collector Mallikarjuna has underlined the need to reduce road accidents in the district as the number of accidents are increasing in the
Kakinada: Joint Collector Mallikarjuna has underlined the need to reduce road accidents in the district as the number of accidents are increasing in the district.
Officials of Transport and Police departments should work with coordination in this regard, he said.
Reviewing the implementation of road safety measures with the officials at Collectorate, he said the over speeding lorries and other vehicles should be curtailed which was the need of the hour.
Moreover, there should be constant vigil on the roads, mainly on national highway which was passing through the district in a length of 150 kms.
As it was the important road between Kolkata and Chennai, many vehicles, mainly lorries were moving on a massive scale with high speed on the national highway.
The officials should arrange traffic signals and sign boards at all important points to avoid accidents. It was the time to bring awareness among people on road rules.
He asked the respective officials to take stern action against the vehicle riders who violates road rules and underscored the need to paint speed breakers at important junctions.
Rajamahendravaram regional transport officer Siri Anand and officials of police department were present.