Traffic will be controlled through GPS in three districts of the state including Haldwani and Haridwar.

GPS will tell tourists and drivers where there is traffic jam, police is going to sign MoU with Google
. On the lines of Delhi, now preparations are being made to control the traffic system in Dehradun, Haldwani and Haridwar through Global Positioning System (GPS). GPS will tell tourists and drivers whether there is a jam ahead or the road is smooth. The police is going to sign an MOU with Google for this.
In the three cities of Dehradun, Haldwani and Haridwar, whenever there is a traffic jam or route diversion, the local police will inform about it to the traffic headquarters, from where the information will be sent to Google and updated in the GPS. Till now this system is in Delhi.
There is maximum vehicular pressure in the capital including Haldwani and Haridwar. A large number of devotees reach Haridwar. In Haldwani and Nainital, there is traffic jam on the roads due to the movement of devotees and tourists.
SSP Prahlad Narayan Meena says that preparations are being made to update the city’s traffic system in GPS on the lines of Delhi. If there is a jam in the city, the information will be sent to the traffic headquarters. The headquarters is signing the MoU with Google at its level.
Everyone has started using GPS. Suppose if someone is going to Nainital by vehicle from Haldwani and there is a jam situation on Nainital road. In such a situation, the police will inform the traffic headquarters. This route will be updated in GPS and the jam will be shown, so that the driver can take another route, which will be completely clear.
The roads in Haldwani are small. Due to this there is more traffic jam. The situation becomes out of control during the tourist season. The responsibility of police, city patrolling unit and traffic police increases further. If traffic is controlled by GPS then everyone will get help. The burden of police will also be reduced.

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