If you are fond of driving fast on the roads, then this hobby of yours is going to be heavy on your pocket. Because now a new traffic advisory has been issued by the government regarding the speed of vehicles on the roads of Delhi. After which your challan is sure to be deducted after driving at speed.
According to the new advisory issued by the government, a new rule has been implemented regarding the speed of four wheeler and two-wheeler on the roads of Delhi. In which the speed of four wheelers running on the roads of Delhi has been fixed at 60 to 70 kilometers per hour while for two-wheelers this speed has been fixed at 50 to 60 kilometers per hour.
But considering the residential and commercial areas of Delhi to be very sensitive, the speed of the speed vehicle here has been kept at 30 kilometers per hour. Driving above 30 in these areas can get you in trouble.
Therefore, before taking out the car on the roads of Delhi, you should read this advisory tweeted by Delhi Traffic Police thoroughly so that you can not drive in overspeed by mistake.
Delhi Traffic Police has tweeted the complete list given in the advisory, in which you will be able to easily understand in which area of Delhi you have to keep the speed of your vehicle.
Delhi Traffic Police has revised maximum speed limit all over Delhi for different categories of Motor Vehicles plying on Delhi Roads which has been published in Delhi Gazette vide No https://t.co/P0P1QhqSmE.20/4/2003/HP-II/1324 and the copy of this notification is attached below pic.twitter.com/pCUtdr4yH0
— Delhi Traffic Police (@dtptraffic) June 11, 2021
This advisory issued regarding speed will be applicable not only on cars and bikes but also on different categories of vehicles. In this, the speed limit has been fixed at 40 km per hour for other three-wheeler commercial vehicles including auto and tempu. (read this also– India’s top 5 CNG cars that will give freedom from rising petrol prices)
Now know in which place you will be able to drive at what speed. Talking about DND, the speed limit here has been kept at 70 kilometers per hour while for two-wheelers this speed has been kept at 60 kilometers per hour.
Talking about Barapullah flyover, the busiest and most used flyover of Delhi, the speed limit for four-wheelers here has been fixed at 60 kilometers per hour.
Apart from this, if you travel from Delhi to Noida, the speed on the toll road has been kept at 70 kilometers per hour for four-wheelers and 60 kilometers per hour for two two-wheelers.