Agency constructing proposed ropeway at Madan Mahal to be decided soon: Collector

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Jan 2019 13:42:49


 

Staff Reporter,

The agency, which would be constructing the proposed ropeway at Madan Mahal, would get determined shortly as a workshop of renowned rope construction agencies would be organised in the city, Chhavi Bharadwaj Collector Jabalpur and also Chairperson Jabalpur Smart City Limited (JSCL) said, while presiding over review meeting of JSCL on Monday. She was accompanied by Chandramauli Shukla, Executive Director, JSCL and JMC Commissioner.

According to information, an important meeting of Jabalpur Smart City Limited was held on Monday, which was presided over by Chhavi Bharadwaj, Collector Jabalpur and Chairperson Jabalpur Smart City Limited. Presiding over the meeting, Collector Bharadwaj said that, before model code of conduct for Lok Sabha elections gets enforced, inviting tenders and release of work order for previously proposed development works must be expedited. She also reviewed the Public bicycle, sewerage treatment plant, smart road construction, non motorised corridor, smart footpath. She stressed upon the need to enhance multi-level parking system. She sought information on works being initiated in eco-tourism and instructed to initiate conducive efforts in this connection. Other aspects dealt upon were on Swachhata park, door to door garbage collection, integrated command control centre, cleanliness of all ghats across Narmada river and the like issues.

In the meeting, later Chandramauli Shukla Executive Director, JSCL and JMC Commissioner enumerated upon by virtue of powerpoint presentation, the works being initiated under smart city project. The meeting was also attended by Additional Collector Rahul Phating, CEO Gajendra Singh Nagesh, along with Superintending and executive engineers namely Ajay Sharma, Kamlesh Shrivastava, Sachin Vishwakarma and others. Bharadwaj also inspected Intelligent Traffic Management System(ITMS). About the ITMS, it is informed CCTV cameras are being installed at 20 important squares of the city for traffic command and control system, which would keep surveillance on traffic.

JMC Commissioner Chandramauli Shukla who accompanied Collector Chhavi Bharadwaj informed that, CCTV cameras are being installed at 20 important squares of the city along with setting up of traffic command and control centre. The start of system would help in keeping a closer eye on law breakers of traffic, who drive without helmet, driving three in two wheeler, defying traffic signal, high speed driving. All offenders would be penalised online and offline.

The objective of the system is not to penalise denizens, but to inculcate traffic awareness by and large. The traffic system would prove of immense worth to regulate emergency services from traffic command and control centre.