Pelican signals, otherwise also known as ‘Pedestrian Light Control Activation’ traffic signals, allow pedestrians to press a button, activate a red signal, and cross the road easily.
The meeting was also attended by the Municipal Administration Secretary Arvind Kumar, Transport Secretary Sunil Sharma, Hyderabad Metro Rail MD N.V.S.
Reddy, Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagawat, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Anil Kumar, HMDA Commissioner Chiranjeevulu, GHMC Additional Commissioner Bharati Hollikeri and others.
Mr. Joshi also suggested inviting the members of trucks and private buses management associations to the meeting and including them as members of UMTA.
The twin cities can, at last, expect ‘Pelican signals’ to dot some of the busiest roads with the Unified Metropolitan Development Authority (UMTA) deciding to install 105 of them at its meeting presided over by Chief Secretary (CS) S.K.
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