DC Shopian chairs transporters meet
GK NEWS NETWORK
Shopian, May 11: To provide better transport facilities and formulate effective reforms, a meeting of transporters was presided over by Deputy Commissioner who is also chairman Regional Transport Authority, Abdul Majid Khanday here on Monday.
According to an official communiqué, the issues pertaining to violation of MV Act and rules and menace of overloading were discussed.
The DC suggested measures including induction of more vehicles in view of the increased road connectivity, avoiding wrong parking, displaying timing schedule and fare structure of various routes. He underscored the need for cooperation between the transporters.
He called for a coordinated multidisciplinary approach by various departments to ensure road safety.
Besides various officers, the Additional Deputy Commissioner, Superintendent of Police, Chief Prosecuting Officer, ARTO (member secretary), Tehsildar, DSP, Executive Officer Municipality were also present in the meeting.
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