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Mumbai May Soon Try Out Odd-Even ParkingThe traffic police department of Mumbai may soon launch the ‘odd-even parking system’ on a pilot basis in Kalbadevi market area in south Mumbai, aimed at solving parking problems and road congestion. Implemented in world cities such as New York, under the odd-even parking system the vehicle has to be parked on either side of the road depending on whether it is an odd-numbered or an even-numbered day of the month.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Coastal RoadThe first phase of the Mumbai Coastal Road project, a proposed 34-kilometre freeway running along the western coastline, is expected to begin by October 2018. The freeway will link Princess Street Flyover near Marine Lines to the south-end of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link (BWSL) under Phase-I and upto Kandivali under Phase-II. The project will be developed at an estimated cost of Rs 15,000 crore and will decongest the Western Express Highway and boost real estate developments across the western Mumbai.
Multilevel Parking Facility Fails to Resolve Noida SThe Noida Authority launched a multilevel car-parking (MLCP) facility in January to resolve the parking problems of the Sector 18 market. However, a hike in parking fee and issues such as flawed footpath design and lack of road infrastructure have played the spoilsport for the facility. So far, there are no as many takers for the parking space as the Noida Authority had expected.
You Could Drive Faster On Indian Roads NowFor the first time, India will now have standard speed limits. The Centre has given its approval to increase the highest speed limit for cars in urban areas to 70 kilometre per hour (kmph) up from the earlier 60 kmph. For cargo carriers, the new limit set is 60 kmph, and for two-wheelers it is 50 kmph. Also, the highest speed limit for cars running on expressways has been increased to 120 kmph from the existing 100 kmph. On the national highways, this limit has been raised to 100 kmph from the earlier 80 kmph.
Barapullah Road Phase II, III Set To Make Commute EaBarapullah Road Phase II and III will make the commute easier between east and south Delhi. The stretch when operational would start at Mayur Vihar Metro station and would end at Aurobindo Marg and INA Market. The total commute time from east Delhi to airport will come down to 40 minutes. The corridor would also connect NH-24 and NH-8, providing a signal-free ride to the commuters plying towards south Delhi.