Now find the speed limit on Google Maps while traveling on major roads in Chandigarh
Chandigarh Traffic Police has collaborated with Google Maps India to show the speed limit for light motor vehicles on major roads in the city
Commuters traveling on Chandigarh’s main roads can now check their vehicle’s speed limit on their Android mobile phone.
As part of its effort to provide real-time traffic information to road users, the Chandigarh Traffic Police has collaborated with Google Maps India to show the speed limit for light motor vehicles (LMV) on the main roads of the city.
So the notified speed limit for a road will be displayed in the navigation mode of Google Maps at the bottom left of the phone screen. This will act as a self-discipline measure for road users to drive within the set speed limits for Chandigarh and thus prevent road accidents, a traffic police official said.
Additionally, traffic police share real-time traffic information with Google Maps, such as road closures and ongoing construction work, which helps commuters avoid congested areas and adopt routes. alternatives.
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