Traffic movement in the capital city which usually are manned by cops will soon be replaced by three blinking lights. The blinking lights being spoken about in the fray are none other than the traffic lights as they are more commonly known.
Three zones in the capital city Panjim, two major junctions and one zebra will soon be manned and regulated by traffic signals. The junctions include
Ferry point Panjim – Known as the one of the busiest intersections in Panjim, it witnesses traffic of all kinds, vehicular movement, pedestrian movement and so on, however often the junction witnesses many traffic jams or snarls. A point to also note here is huge pedestrian influx that rushes for the city busses as soon as the betim – Panjim ferry hits the ramp.
Kala Academy Panjim – Home to one of Goa’s most popular art theatres in the world. Kala Academy junction also has an overloaded traffic movement on a daily basis with vehicles traversing their way towards St Inez, Althino and so on.
Goa University zebra crossing – A crossing like no other, witnesses students, teachers, facility staff rushing from one side to the other at the Dona Paula – Bambolim highway separated Goa University. The installation of traffic signals however could change fortunes and instruct some abidance in the overspending vehicular movement that occurs on the daily basis.
While AutoGoa doesn’t have any such information regarding cost of installation of traffic signals, concerned authority responsible and date of launch or inaugural. The concerned information should reach the Press soon enough.
Until than we hope the installation of the traffic signals introduces some manner and streamlines the traffic movement at the busy intersections and zebra crossings. Stay tuned for more information.