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'Open House with Mr Praveen Sood'

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16 Apr 2009 16:00
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Open - House with Mr. Praveen Sood, I.P.S., IGP & Additional Police Commissioner (Traffic), Bangalore City

We have pleasure in informing you that the Infrastructure Committee of the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce (BCIC) will organize an Open - House on traffic situation in Bangalore city and traffic management related issues.

The open-house is intended as a senior level interaction with industry to share information, perspectives and needs, as well as plan for the future.

Mr. Praveen Sood, I.P.S., IGP & Additional Police Commissioner (Traffic), Bangalore City has confirmed his participation.

The open–house is scheduled on Thursday, 16th April, 2009 at 4.00 p.m. at Hotel Royal Orchid Central, Manipal Centre, 47/1, Dickenson Road, Bangalore. 


4.00 p.m to 4.30 p.m - Hi Tea
4.30 p.m to 6.30 p.m - Open - House

A delegate fee of Rs.500/- per participant is being charged to cover the expenses of the meeting. The Cheque / DD should be drawn in favour of the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce. This fee is not applicable to members of the Infrastructure Committee of BCIC.

You are requested to kindly register / nominate senior management representatives from your company to participate in the Open House using the attached registration form (or) via e-mail.

We also request your queries and suggestions in advance of the open – house.

Thanking you,

Yours faithfully,

Prithvi K. K.
Sr. Assistant Secretary
Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce


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While BTRAC is a good start, it still has a long way to go. With amendment to the CMV (Central Motor Vehicles Act) on the anvil, there is a possibility that fines will go up.

Enforcement is one thing that the BCP has to work on harder.

Decentralising Traffic Management with the help of Local Traffic Management Centres is a must - this needs to be encouraged.

Greater interaction with the BBMP's Traffic Engineering Cell is also a priority. comment guidelines

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