Maruti Suzuki on Wednesday has announced its tie-up with Delhi Police over road safety. As the automaker said, it has unveiled second phase of Automated Red Light Violation Detection and Speed Violation Detection System.Maruti Suzuki also says that first phase of the system covers the 23-kms Ring Road corridor between Mayapuri and Sarai Kale Khan, functional since February 2019, while the second phase covers main junctions at ITO, Naraina (on Ring Road) and Rao Tula Ram Marg-Outer Ring Road.The project comes as a part of Maruti Suzuki’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives on promoting road safety.Commenting on this, Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India said, “After the successful implementation of first phase of TSMS project, we are strengthening our efforts with the second phase. In the past one year, it has been observed that TSMS has brought in positive behavioural change among the motorists. They have become more conscious and aware about speed limit and respecting red light. The implementation of the second phase at these heavy density traffic junctions in Delhi will help bring down violation of traffic rules and make Delhi roads safer.”Taj Hassan, Special Commissioner (Traffic) Delhi Police, said, “Since its launch in end-February 2019,… Read full this story
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