You can now be fined for parking vehicles in front of houses & entry points of shops in Lucknow

With the help of these new Helpline numbers, Lucknowites can now complain about wrongly parked vehicles in the city.

If you are troubled by wrongly parked vehicles in front of your homes or shops, you can directly seek help from the Traffic Police Department in Lucknow. Under the latest program, the Traffic Police officials will take care of all your issues through telephonic communication and get your problems resolved at the earliest. For this purpose, the authorities have released a list of numbers that you can contact in case you encounter any such difficulties.


A move to save the citizens from the inconvenience of illegal parking

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police, Shravan Kumar Singh apprised that the current intervention is being implemented with an objective to improve the traffic situation in the city. It is often observed that some individuals park their vehicles in front of the homes and other establishments which leads to a clutter on the road. This obstructs a smooth movement of vehicles on the roads, deteriorating the traffic conditions in the city.

Besides this, the local dwellers and pedestrians also face their share of problems. In view of this, Lucknow Traffic Police has started this new campaign in a bid to address the concerns of the citizens. If you wish to report about any such incident, you can call at one of these helpline numbers-

9454405155
6389304141
6389304242

Vehicles to be challaned via quick action

Vehicles parked opposite to a food stall in Bhootnath Market, Lucknow

Once the police officials receive a complaint, the staff at the nearest station will take quick action making sure that that all vehicles in the 'no parking zones' and residential areas are removed. As per the given information, such vehicles shall be challaned and the owners will have to pay the fine amount.

Reportedly, the officials might also get these vehicles towed by a crane if need be. According to the ADCP, the complaints will be received directly in the control room and the required help shall be provided as soon as possible.

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