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Volkswagen India supports upcoming Centralized Traffic Control Centre at Pune Police

Volkswagen India, a wholloy-owned subsidiary of German car maker Volkswagen,   signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pune Police  and Rotary Club  to set up a Centralized Traffic Control Centre at the Police Headquarters in Pune.

The project aims  to ensure efficient traffic monitoring and management and discipline the traffic in Pune city.

Dr. Andreas Lauermann, President and Managing Director – Volkswagen India, said “With this partnership we look at extending the safety from within our cars to the local roads of Pune.”

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The Centralized Traffic Control Centre will minimize response time during emergency situations and provide flexibility in management of traffic signals in the city.

The Traffic Police Branch of Pune Police along with representatives of Volkswagen India have conducted the Bhoomi Pujan at the site where the Centralised Traffic Control Centre will be set up.

In addition, the remote surveillance of traffic violations through real time data gathered via cameras installed in 260 key locations across Pune will discipline commuters abide by road rules  and improve their driving skills.

The Centralised Traffic Control Centre will also be used for the issue of e-challans that the Traffic Police branch is about to implement soon.

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