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Delhi’s Municipal corporations and Residents Welfare Association have come up with a solution to decongest Delhi’s residential area by allotting them fixed parking slots.
What Is It?
Starting from Lajpat Nagar and Kailash Colony, the municipal corporation officials in collaboration with the Residents Welfare Associations (RWAs) have come with a project to decongest Delhi’s residential areas. This is a pilot project and soon will be implemented in other localities too.
What’s In It?
In this project, the residents will be allotted fixed parking spots and stickers for private vehicles. There will be two parking allotments per home to unclog the roads across Delhi for free movement. All those owning more than two vehicles will be asked to park their extra vehicle at paid parking spots while non-residents who will be visiting the area would also be asked to park their vehicle in the paid parking zone.
This step will help in making markets, pedestrian-friendly. The parking lots will have a capacity to hold around 4,000 cars that would be operational by December 2019.
To be operational by December 2019.
The project is part of Lieutenant Governor Anil Bajilal’s Parking Management Area Plan (PMAP).
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