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There was a noticeable difference in traffic in India’s metropolitan cities. With the country going back to normal, traffic is slowly reaching its normal levels. Ahmedabad owns one of the biggest road networks in the country, with a total length of almost 2,600 km. However, a survey found that almost 46% of these roads are unsafe and prone to traffic and traffic accidents.

In order to control the growing number of accidents on the road, Ahmedabad Traffic Police has made traffic challan norms stricter.

  • Ahmedabad traffic challan fines have been imposed on everyone found breaking traffic rules. The fine for driving without a helmet or seatbelt is ₹500, while those found talking on phones will also have to pay ₹500. Additionally, the Traffic Police will also fine drivers ₹1,500 to ₹5,000 for driving on the wrong side of the road.
  • Maharashtra State Government has also increased the Challan Fines and has added stricter punishment for second-time offenders. Overloading two-wheeler vehicles can now get your license suspended for three months, and those found driving with a suspended license will need to pay ₹10,000.
  • Road traffic which fell to 0% at the beginning of lockdown has increased to 59% in December. Bangalore saw a 49% increase in traffic.
  • The Bangalore Government, however, has decreased fines for traffic violations. Previously, the traffic speed violation fine was fixed to ₹2,000 for two-, three-, and four-wheelers and ₹4,000 for other vehicles. According to the new amendment, the fine is reduced by 50%; two-, three- and four-wheelers will be fined ₹1,000, and other vehicles will be fined ₹2,000.

As the traffic congestion in most Indian cities goes back to normal, it is expected that traffic rules will be made stricter, and those found in violation will have to face harsher challan fines.