The approach road junction near Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International airport is the place for constant accidents. Accidents are usually caused by fast moving vehicles coming from Khapri over bridge. The approach road junction lacks any traffic signals or traffic cops. The place has traffic cops when any VIP or VVIP comes to Nagpur. Rest of the time there are no cops.
NMC is facing huge loss due to failed registration of city hawkers. Unauthorized hawkers are growing in the city which causes lots of trouble to the moving traffic. NMC has incurred a loss of Rs 4.99 crores.
Nagpur Improvement Trust and Nagpur Municipal Corporation have collaborated to repair road from Automotive Square to Rani Durgawati square. The road developed large pot holes due to non maintenance since several years. The repairing of road is sure to provide relief to road users.
Repairing of roads would cost Rs 40 Lakhs. This is a temporary solution. For good strength the road needs to be resurfaced which will need Rs 3 Crores. Nagpur Municipal Corporation has approached the state government for funds.
Very famous National Handloom Expo which was hosted in Nagpur city at Kasturchand Park till 6th November 2011 has left the ground in a dilapidated state. Such type of exhibitions are given a special place in the city, Katurchand ground is the place selected for organizing these events. But after the event gets over the park turns in to a dump yard of garbage, which is left over by the visiting public. The debris does not gets cleaned immediately which leaves a fowl smell to the nearby road passers. Even the kids cannot use the ground for playing purpose.
To check the sound pollution in the city Nagpur Municipal Corporation has come up with the noble idea of Silence Zone. NMC has identified 531 locations as silence zone. These includes hospitals, court and schools. Area within 100 meter radius of these 531 locations will be declared as silence zone. Sound above 50 decibels between 6 AM to 10 PM and sound above 40 decibels between 10 PM to 6 AM at night will lead to violation of norms and hence lead to fine of Rs 1 Lac or 5 years imprisonment.
Dengue has spread in the city. The disease afflicts the population between onset of monsoon till winter end. Nagpur Municipal Corporation has turned a blind eye to the problem. NMC Deputy Director of Health Dr Savita Meshram says there is no reason to panic as there has been only one death due to the disease this year.