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No traffic obstacle at Signature Tower Junction now: Gurgaon Traffic Police
With the help of a new traffic strategy, Gurgaon traffic police has achieved a great success in making Signature Tower Junction more convenient for commuters. Under this strategy, some changes have been made in the traffic flow so that there would be no possibility of jams.

Elaborating the strategy Joint Commissioner of Police, Bharti Arora said, "No need to bother at traffic light now."

Under this scheme, all the traffic changes have been made seeing the commuters coming in the city from all the directions. According to this new strategy, commuters coming from Delhi side and going towards Jaipur can take a right turn alongside MDI and Sector 14, while the traffic coming from Jaipur to Delhi side, can take the turn towards South City at the same time.

As per a TOI report, for the better movement, underpasses and diversion routes were utilized in a very effective manner. A road safety volunteer, Abhinav said, "There are two parallel roads running side by side on the underpass and each is now used for one diversion, instead of making commuters on one side wait till the commuters on the other side pass".

According to the available information, police performed various efforts to motivate people as well as officials to keep the traffic in order. On this occasion police also offered bouquet of flowers to those commuters who obeyed the traffic norms. They also held meetings with auto drivers to encourage them to play an important role in making the city traffic hassle free.

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