Pune-Mumbai E-way turns to intelligent surveillance system to check accidents

Safety worries on the Pune-Mumbai expressway have persuaded the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) to go in for an ‘intelligent highway surveillance and management system’, which is expected to check accidents on the busy road. High-resolution cameras with night and all-weather visibility features besides a violation enforcement system will be part of the system to be installed by the MSRDC at a cost of Rs 63.8 crore. The advanced state-of-the-art violation enforcement system would also detect speed violations. To monitor speed, the 94km expressway will be divided into six zones: Kalamboli, Panvel, Khalapur toll plaza, Khandala, Lonavla and Talegaon.

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