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Vehicle Location Tracking Device (VLTD) and panic button have now been made mandatory in all public vehicles in Chandigarh. The State Transport Authority (STA) issued an order in this regard on Monday. STA will make the drivers aware in the next few months. After this, strictness will start and challans will be deducted.

According to the STA, VLTD and panic buttons are required to be installed in public vehicles in which passengers travel so that women and children can get immediate help in case of emergency. STA Amit Kumar said that now the drivers will be made aware so that everyone can get these devices installed as soon as possible. After two-three months, the process of cutting challan strictly will be started.

He said that this step has been taken for the safety of the people. After the installation of the device, the STA and the command center will have complete information about which vehicle went when and where. In case of emergency, the passenger will have the option to press the panic button, on pressing of which the Command Control Center along with the police will also get an alert with the location of the passenger and help can be provided in time. He claimed that Chandigarh has become the first Union Territory where it has been made mandatory.

If there is no VLTD and panic button, then the vehicle will not pass.

No work of permit related vehicles will now be done without these two devices. In this regard, instructions have been issued by the STA. STA Amit Kumar said that there are 15-16 agencies approved by the ministry from whom the drivers can get these devices installed. Now registration of vehicles, permits, renewals, certificates of fitness etc. will be issued only after the device is installed.

The device is mandatory in all these vehicles.
It will be mandatory to have VLTD and panic button in all public vehicles like all public buses, all types of taxi-cabs, school-college buses, all types of institute vehicles, corporate office taxis etc.

Exemption to two wheelers, e-rickshaws and three wheelers
Two wheelers, e-rickshaws and three wheelers are exempted from this. This system is also checked by the department at the time of fitness checking of these vehicles.

these would be benefits

  • Location of taxi-cab will always be on the portal of STA
  • Whether the train is running on the route or not, it will be easy to monitor
  • Public transport will be safer for women and children
  • Drivers who break the rules will be identified. accidents will stop
  • If the car is stolen, it will be easy to find it too.

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Vehicle Location Tracking Device (VLTD) and panic button have now been made mandatory in all public vehicles in Chandigarh. The State Transport Authority (STA) issued an order in this regard on Monday. STA will make the drivers aware in the next few months. After this, strictness will start and challans will be deducted.

According to the STA, VLTD and panic buttons are required to be installed in public vehicles in which passengers travel so that women and children can get immediate help in case of emergency. STA Amit Kumar said that now the drivers will be made aware so that everyone can get these devices installed as soon as possible. After two-three months, the process of cutting challan strictly will be started.

He said that this step has been taken for the safety of the people. After the installation of the device, the STA and the command center will have complete information about which vehicle went when and where. In case of emergency, the passenger will have the option to press the panic button, on pressing of which the Command Control Center along with the police will also get an alert with the location of the passenger and help can be provided in time. He claimed that Chandigarh has become the first Union Territory where it has been made mandatory.

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