In Hyderabad and Cyberabad traffic police has introduced a one database and a single window payment system which helps the police quickly identify the offender’s history of traffic violations irrespective of the area, and will let commuters pay their challans in any Commissionerate.
And also a mobile application named ‘Traffic E-Challan Telangana’ has been launched. This free app, which can be downloaded from Google play store, will also help commuters check if there is pending challan on their vehicle by just entering their vehicle details.
C.V. Anand Cyberabad commissioner of police said that this system is the first successful formula ever attempted in the country.
Telangana home minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy said that this will be implemented in other districts of state.
“Both Commissionerates needed co-ordination, and the use of technology will help in that. This will also help reduce corruption, and increase discipline on the road” and he said to bring awareness among the public about the new system using media.
Now, both databases which were having two different databases have been converted into one, which can be accessed by cops irrespective of Commissionerates.