Anti encroachment drive carried by Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) with the help of Police Commissioner, Ankush Dhanvijay has not yielded great results. Anti encroachment squad carried out the drive and encroachers waited for everything to settle down so that they were back to their own place and business on the road.
Marriage bells causing traffic jam
With the advent of marriage season common public experiences traffic jam and and lots of chaos on the roads. People burn crackers on the road so it is difficult for the traffic to move ahead. Many people construct pandals on the road in their locality which causes lots of problems to the public as they need to change their travel route.
Clear encroachments and get parking space
In a drive to provide parking space to Nagpurians Civic chief Sanjeev Jaiswal and Police Commissioner Ankush Dhanvijay have joined hands to take action against encroachers and provide parking space to people. Most of the time parking spaces are not available due to encroachments by daily vendors. These vendors block footpaths and parking space.
Railway crossing turning into a place for accidents
The railway crossing at Manish Nagar is a constant place for accidents. Speeding vehicles just rush through when they find the railway gates open. The gate remains closed for most of the time due to passage of trains. When it gets open there is traffic jam as no one wants to wait and want to be the first to cross the gate. This leads to slow flow of traffic for 15 – 20 minutes before it is again time for closure of the gate. Trains have to wait for a long time before traffic gets clear.
Four Lane Railway Over Bridge at Butibori to be inaugaurated by CM, Prithviraj Chavan today on 8th October 2011
After 14 years the four lane ROB ( Railway Over Bridge ) located at Butibori is opened for traffic. Two lanes were completed and opened earlier. Work on rest of the two lanes was completed this month by NHAI ( National Highway Authority of India ). The project is 7 months late as the deadline for completion was January 2011.