The Lane Driving Rules have improved road traffic in the country’s capital Delhi from April 1. The main objective of implementing driving rules is to make Delhi jam-free and prevent road accidents. After implementing the rule, heavy vehicles like buses and trucks will have to ply in their designated lanes. If any bus and truck driver is found violating the lane driving rules, they will have to pay a heavy fine. Under the new traffic rules, a fine of Rs 5000 will be charged for breaking the lane driving law for the first time.
Strict action will be taken against those who break lane driving rules.
A fine of 5 thousand will be charged for breaking the rule for the first time, and if a driver violates this rule for the second time, then a fine of Rs 10,000 will be charged to him. If that driver repeatedly violates the lane driving rule, his license and vehicle permit can also be cancelled. Let us inform you that the lane driving rule has been made mandatory only for heavy vehicles like buses and trucks.
After 15 days, it will be made mandatory for all categories of vehicles. Several Delhi Traffic Police and Delhi Transport Department teams have been deployed on the roads of Delhi to keep an eye on the violators and take action against them.
Let us tell you that there is a separate lane for buses on the roads of Delhi, and boxes have also been made at all the bus stands so that the buses move in their lane, and after coming to the bus stand, they stand at their designated place. But it is seen on the roads of Delhi that most of the bus drivers neither walk in their lane nor park the bus at the designated area at the bus stand.
What are the points of standard man lane driving rules in mind?
Lane driving rule has come into force in Delhi from April 1Therefore, the bus will now run only in its lane and will stop at the designated place at the designated bus stand. On the first day (April 1), the average speed of buses had registered a decline due to running in their lane. So if you travel on a bus, leave the house a little early. The officials have said that they will also work on it so that the rules are followed, and the speed of the buses is also average.
When will the rules for light vehicles start
For 15 days, i.e. from April 1o to 15, this rule has been implemented only for heavy vehicles like buses and trucks. After this, the laws will also be applicable for all categories of vehicles like cars, jeeps, motorcycles, scooters, etc., Then, everyone will have to walk in their designated lane. Guidelines will be issued soon regarding the lane driving rules for light vehicles in Delhi. At present, these rules apply only to heavy vehicles.
How much fine will be imposed on light vehicles breaking lane rules
Heavy penalties are being imposed on those who violate the law of lane driving. However, there is no concrete information about how much penalty has been fixed for light vehicles like car-jeeps. But the penalty will inevitably be hefty, and if a driver breaks the rules many times, then the license can also be cancelled.
What will happen to the vehicles parked at the bus stand?
According to media reports, if any vehicle is found parked at the places made for buses at the bus stand, it will be lifted by a crane, which you may have to pay a heavy fine.