Now, a data bank of traffic violations across India

Pilot project started in Uttar Pradesh and advanced testing taking place in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra

GN Bureau | April 29, 2016


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 An e-challan software would now be providing a comprehensive enforcement solution for state transport enforcement cells and traffic police.

Developed by the national informatics centre (NIC) for the ministry of road transport and highways, the software would comprise of a mobile app cum web application. 

The software would facilitate a convenient and efficient mechanism to challan errant drivers. Currently, the mobile app cum web application is being utilised in two regional transport offices in Uttar Pradesh and is also under advanced testing in Uttarakhand and Maharashtra. Once implemented across the country, the system would create a unified national database of all traffic violations, with details of violators, challans, disposals, penalties, court cases, and punitive actions.
 
At present, transport national register, comprising 19 crore vehicle details and nine crore driving license records, is available and it provides access to police and transport authorities across the country.
 

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