Delhi Police Commissioner BK Gupta on Monday announced five new corridors where there will be "zero tolerance" for traffic rule violation, taking the total of such stretches to 15.
"We have identified five more corridors for traffic improvement. I am confident we will succeed in our efforts to improve the traffic situation in Delhi," Gupta said.
The new corridors where "zero tolerance" for traffic rule violation would come into force are: Outer Ring Road from Modi Mill flyover to Rao Tula Ram Marg, Africa Avenue-Vinay Marg, Vikas Marg from IP flyover to Karkari Morh, NH 24 from Nizamuddin to Ghazipur and Teen Murti round-about to India Gate hexagon through Akbar Road.
According to the plan, buses and trucks will ply in the extreme left lane, autorickshaws and other utility vehicles in the middle lane and cars in the right lane on these stretches.
Outer Circle in Connaught Place, Ring Road from Ashram to Naraina, Tilak Marg, Lodhi Road and Nelson Mandela Marg are among the existing 10 "zero tolerance" corridors.