Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, April 20
Chandigarh Traffic Police announced on Tuesday they had revised up speed limits within the city.
Cars can now go up to 60 kmph on roads separating sectors from 50 kmph previously. All passenger vehicles with no more than eight seats can go up to 60kmph on dual carriageway roads (i.e. roads with dividers) and 50 kmph on the single carriageway roads (without dividers) and 40 kmph on sector roads.
Passenger vehicles with nine or more seats and vehicles transporting commercial goods can go up to 50 kmph on dual carriageway roads, and 40 kmph on single carriageway roads and sector roads.
Motorcycles and three-wheeled vehicles can go up to 45 kmph on dual carriageway roads and 40 kmph on the single carriageway roads and sector roads.
Traffic Police said they would write the civic engineering wing to revise sign boards.
Speed limits on major roads like Dakhsin Marg, Purv Marg and Madhya Marg remain unchanged at 60 kmph.
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