Itms: 1.4k cameras to manage traffic delays by March 2025 | Ghaziabad News


Ghaziabad: Re-introduced last year after being abandoned in 2020, the Integrated Traffic Management System (ITMS) is set to suffer further delays as the GMC expects work to begin in September. The tender for the project, which involves installing 1,435 cameras at 43 intersections. The roundabout will open June 20, officials said Tuesday. “The bid opening process for the ITMS project was supposed to be three months ago, but due to elections and other imperatives, the bids for the project will be opened on Thursday”. Municipal Commissioner Vikramaditya Singh Malik said. “Once the bidder is selected, we hope to start work from September, and by March next year, the entire ITMS system will be operational,” he added. . The project will be funded by the government under the state city initiative. The cost of which is Rs 55.4 crore. The cost of operation and maintenance of ITMS is estimated at Rs 14.4 crore, which will also be borne by the state government. According to the Detailed Project Report (DPR), pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras, red light vehicle detection cameras, Hapur tri-junction to Mohannagar, Mohannagar to Seemapuri, Tulsi Niketan to Nag Dwar, Hapur Elevated road to Chongi, ALT to Meerut tri-junction, public address system from Hapur Chongi to Atma, surveillance junction and speed violation cameras will be installed. Ram Stills, Old Bus Stand to Ambedkar Road and Hapur Tri Junction to Lal Kuan.

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