The Gauhati High Court has established a three-person commission to address traffic issues.

Gauhati high court has assembled a commission of three officers to conduct a detailed investigation of the citys traffic jams . The Gauhati high court has assembled a commission of three officers to conduct a detailed investigation of the citys traffic jams and suggest how to handle it manually .

GUWAHATI (GUWAHATI): The Gauhati high court has assembled a commission of three officers to conduct a detailed investigation of the city's traffic jams and suggest how to handle it manually.Chief Justice RM Chhaya and Justice Soumitra Saikia were among the three members of the committee, according to the bench, who was appointed by the Assam State Legal Services Authority to prepare their first report by August 22.Sri Adil Hussain, IAS, secretary of the Assam government, transport department, and Sri Nitul Gogoi, IPS, chief of police (administration), will serve as nodal officers in, or above, the aforesaid commission, according to the court.The said commission will visit the main roads, markets, and other areas in the city of Guwahati where traffic jams exist and make suggestions about manually coping with traffic jams.

The state government's affidavit stated that it is a good plan for the future, according to the court.According to the government, such initiatives will be launched on or about 15.08.2022, and the court has requested that the state transportation department and other departments concerned in the state government notify the court of such developments on the next day, August 22.The petitioner has argued that the lack of preparation and action by the authorities has not only posed a risk to commuters but has increased the cost of each activity, resulting in more time loss and greater fuel consumption.In her petition, she requested that the best practice-yielding results from elsewhere be imported into Guwahati, in order to ease the people's sufferings.

The Guwahati Smart City Limited (GSCL) is expected to roll out the ITMS at 95 junctions throughout the city for proper planning and monitoring of traffic.It will cost around Rs 100 crore.