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Top officials discuss important issues on Safe City Project

Hyderabad: No Road cutting permissions after 15th May; Shifting of beggars to shelter homes; Regulation of Street vending zones; Installation CC cameras and delegation of powers to Zonal Commissioners for the works under CRMP are some of the decisions taken during the meeting chaired by Additional DGP Jitender and GHMC CommissionerLokesh Kumar on Safe City Project at GHMC Head Office here on Tuesday.

During the meeting, the Addl. DGP said, about 10,000 cameras have been installed and they have to be synchronized to Command & Control Room from where the traffic can be monitored. The facilities can be utilized by other agencies like HMWS&SB, Electricity and another 3,000 cameras were sanctioned under Nirbhaya.

The GHMC Commissioner reviewed the progress of works under CRMP works on re-carpeting of roads and instructed the officials to stop the road permission from 15th May and asked the CRMP agencies to take up road cutting, restoration and re-carpeting of road works well before onset of monsoon.

Further, the GHMC Commissioner delegated the power of road cutting permission, restoration to the Zonal Commissioner in order speed up the works and instructed the ZC to coordinate with the different stake holders and CRMP agencies so that the works grounded in a organized manner and completed in a stipulated time.

The L&T and GIO agencies were asked to prepare the list of places and with time schedule of specific date of start and completion of works so the CRMP will restore the roads immediately without causing many problems to the commuters and to regulate the traffic by the police.

The L&T and GIO agencies were asked to for micro trenching as far as possible instead of open trenching. Lokesh Kumar asked the CRMP Agencies to take up restoration works within 48 hours after the developmental works completed.

During the meeting, the issue of parking management solutions discussed for integration of Multilevel parking, vacant land parking and on street parking to bring under one parking system so that the commuters can utilize the parking facility under common ticket.

Issue of regulating street venders also came to provide smart card so that he could business in a designated place only, and also on providing alternative suitable and better place instead of on roads on weekly bazaars in the colonies.

Cyberabad Police Commissioner V.C. Sajjanar and other senior officials from Police Department and CRMP agencies attended the meeting. (INN)

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