People in Delhi-NCR are choking in the toxic air. People are not even smoking, but they are inhaling enough smoke in this place each day to equal 25–30 cigarettes. Delhi currently ranks highest among the most polluted cities.
The administration of Delhi is constantly working to reduce pollution
and traffic for the general people. We’ll tell you today which regulations are implemented globally to address traffic issues.
Here, too, the odd-even formula will now be applied. The odd-even formula will be put into effect in Delhi from November 13 to November 20. At first, there was a commotion in Delhi when people learned about this recipe. There are numerous nations in the globe with peculiar traffic laws.
The poison is vanishing from Delhi’s air pretty quickly
The odd-even rule is one of several measures the Delhi government is adopting to curb the city’s rising pollution levels.
Only cars with even number plates will be permitted to drive on the roads on certain days of the week, and only cars with odd number plates on the other days. This is known as the odd-even rule. For this, a schedule will be provided. But this will be examined in a week, and then a decision will be made regarding whether or not to extend this rule.
All around the world, red, green, and yellow traffic lights are placed
on roadways to reduce traffic congestion. A red light indicates that there is still no clear traffic signal. The car is free to proceed in accordance with the green signal. A yellow signal also indicates that you can safely cross the road after taking a moment to scan your surroundings.
Bhutan, however, is one of the few nations in the world where traffic congestion is a minor issue. The fact that there aren’t any traffic lights there will surprise you. In actuality, mountains encircle Bhutan. Aside from this, animals on the road arrive out of nowhere. In these circumstances, people drive slowly there.
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