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Traffic Police have made lane discipline more stringent, but only 33 percent of roads in Kathmandu have road markings

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Traffic Police have made lane discipline more stringent, but only 33 percent of roads in Kathmandu have road markings

On average, the traffic police books 200 lane violators every day in the capital.Traffic Police have made lane discipline more stringent, but only 33 percent of roads in Kathmandu have road markings
Some motorists have complained that the traffic police are enforcing the lane rule without building the necessary infrastructure. Elite Joshi/TKP
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Anup Ojha
Published at : January 30, 2020
Updated at : January 30, 2020 08:17
Kathmandu

Anup Ojha

Anup Ojha is a reporter for The Kathmandu Post primarily covering social issues and human interest stories. Before moving to the social beat, Ojha covered arts and culture for the Post for four years.


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