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  • Traffic Training

    A 5 days traffic training course on “Road Traffic Management” for SIs / ASIs & Constables will be held on 21.11.2016 to 25.11.2016 at Traffic Training School, Alipore Police Lines. ... [+]
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    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 ... [+]
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     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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Traffic Lights

Red - To stop the traffic

Bring your vehicle to a complete halt behind the stop line or cross walk. Wait until the light turns green.

Amber - Caution

If your have entered the intersection and the light turns to amber, move on very carefully. If you see the amber light before entering the crossing, stop the vehicle behind the stop line or cross walk.

Green - Go on

Go through the crossing carefully. You can turn in the direction of the arrow by giving indicator.

Flashing signals

A flashing red signal means you should come to a complete stop and move through the intersection where in it safe to do so.
A flashing amber signal warns to drive with caution.

Pedestrian signals

These signals help pedestrians cross intersections safely. If you face a steady red human figure, do not enter the road. If the signal starts flashing, cross the road quickly if you are already on the road. Stop, if you are about to join the road.
Walk cautiously if you face a steady green human figure.