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  • Traffic Awareness Program

    Traffic Awareness Program  ... [+]
  • Traffic Training

    A 5 days traffic training course on “Road Traffic Management” for SIs (Armed Branch) will be held on 13.02.2017 to 17.02.2017 at Traffic Training School, Alipore Police Lines. A 5 days traffic training course on “Road ... [+]
  • Important Notice on GRIPS Payments

    The GRIPS Portal will remain shut down for public transactions from 6pm of 27/10/2016 to 8 AM of 31/10/2016 and will resume for carrying out transactions thereafter. All challans generated through 'offline mode' prior to 27th October'16 ... [+]
  • Trauma Care Ambulances have been launched

     On 22.01.2013, two fully equipped Trauma Care Ambulances have been launched by DG & IGP, WB and Sri A. K. Dwivedi, Group General Manager-Basin Manager, ONGC for NH-2 & NH-6 at the instance of West Bengal Traffic Police. These Trauma ... [+]
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  1. Drive in the prescribed speed limits on the various roads. Always remember that “Speed thrills but kills”.
  2. Always put on helmets, seat belts and other safety equipments before driving a bicycle/ motor cycle/vehicle.  Always remember that “Safety saves”.
  3. Do not drink and drive.  Always remember that “You cannot hold a pen properly after two pegs, what about the driving wheel?”
  4. Never use mobile phones or ear phones while driving.  Always remember   “A mobile call on the road may be the last call of your life”.
  5. Know the traffic signs, signals, lights and traffic safety rules before you hit the road.  Always remember that “Road safety rules are best tools to avoid accidents”.
  6. Do not drive for long hours in a stretch.  Have a proper beaks after every 2 hours of continuous driving. Always remember that “Man is a man and not a machine”.