Broadcast : Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma launched Guwahati people Phase I of Integrated Traffic Management System (ITMS) under the city police station for traffic management and control from ITMS control room, Ulubari in the city.
The ITMS is a state-of-the-art, integrated and responsive, citizen-friendly traffic monitoring and control mechanism equipped with cameras at major city intersections.
This will help in checking traffic violations and lead to smooth traffic in the city.
In the first phase, ITMS will cover 20 junctions from Nepali Mandir to Khanapara. In the final phase, a total of 94 junctions will fall under the ITMS.
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This project will facilitate live monitoring and control of traffic signals through the implementation of ATCS, live monitoring of vehicles passing through important locations through CCTV monitoring, live alerts in case of event or incident through video analysis, identification, arrest and prosecution of offenders through video. Analytics and E-Challan and monitoring of suspicious activities, vehicles, objects, etc.
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The ITMS will also ensure better responsiveness through citizen access to police for fast and efficient response, improved visibility and transparency through smart dashboards and will help emergency services and emergency response time. faster execution by providing a green corridor.
The project is also expected to help ensure effective policing and maintain law and order using the command and control center and improve traffic discipline through enforcement systems.