Post Diwali chaos, Pedestrians First demands traffic policy
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"This is a misconception. The mobility of people rather than mobility of vehicles should be taken into account. There are about 40 lakh vehicles in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad but only about 2,000 of them are buses. Traffic Police should devise appropriate policies and procedures to give priority to public transport and ensure that any step that affects public transport is avoided," the Pedestrians First said.
"We suggest a permanent high-level 'Traffic Police-PMPML Coordination Committee' for regular interaction on traffic related matters. They should work to safeguard public transport," Inamdar said.