Hyderabad: Telangana government has decided to invite suggestions for converting available open plots and unoccupied lands to achieve off-street parking facilities under private-public partnership in Hyderabad. The land owners of available open plots and unoccupied spaces are asked to this master plan an achievement of hyderabad parking lots by GHMC. This will not only guide to plot owners making some money but also give a big help to overcrowded roads and by-lanes. The individual plot owners should secure necessary licence from Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and collect parking fee at the rates decided by the public body. Literary Fest amazed booklovers of Hyderabad on its first day
Traffic and Vehicle stats: Hyderabad city has been increasing at an extraordinary rate ever since the formation of the Telangana state and with highly determined attention on creation of employment opportunities. With its growth comes increase in traffic and number of vehicles including private vehicles, especially four wheelers and two wheelers. Each day around 700 vehicles being included to Hyderabad roads. While increasing traffic and parking difficulty are causing suffering to the people.
Parking system design: The recommended parking system is designed in such a way that it will be benefiting situation where in the open plots and areas, especially those near roads, shopping malls, commercial areas, institutions and other side-ways are used for parking lots and thereby increasing the number of parking lots and to decrease stress on roads and preventing unsystematic roadside parking and at the same time will also create earnings for those plot owners. Follow on facebook
GHMC says: “Municipal minister K Taraka Rama Rao has taken the initiative to address the parking difficulty in the city and also proposed a comprehensive parking policy. GHMC and police will work together on the draft parking policy,” said a senior official in the municipal administration department. Private plot owners interested in the proposal may approach the designated officer, Additional Commissioner (Estates and Housing) G. Ramesh at 9949546622 or mail to email@example.com.