One of the busiest road intersections in Lucknow, the city's Polytechnic Chauraha near Indira Nagar, faces traffic jams on a regular basis. In view of this, the district administration and the police authorities of Lucknow, have come up with a new plan to convert the road junction into an 'ideal intersection'. Besides alleviating the problems related to traffic jams in the morning and the evening, the latest intervention will also help in saving the time of the commuters.

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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.

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In wake of the increasing population, Lucknow will soon get 5 new police stations at different locations in the city. Proposed to be set up under Lucknow Police Commissionerate, these new establishments will help in upgrading the law enforcement infrastructure of the city. Taking the plans further, the proposal to institute these police stations has been sent to the Police Headquarters on behalf of the Commissioner.

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In a bid to boost sanitation during the monsoon months, the Lucknow Safe City Project has fast-tracked the establishment of 'Pink-Toilet' across the district. Very soon, women-only public restroom spaces will become operational at several locations in Lucknow, creating clean, hygienic provisions for the female folk here.

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The Sub Museum Directorate of Uttar Pradesh has set the ground to establish the state's first natural science museum in Lucknow. Seated at the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Park here, this two-storey centre will stretch across 2 acres of land. Besides the display, the museum will feature a 3D auditorium, gallery, touch screen exhibit, lab, store and a souvenir shop. The entire project has been sanctioned at a budget of ₹25 crores and is set to stand in all its glory by next year.

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In a bid to amplify the healthcare services available in the city, a new 300-bed hospital will soon be established in Lucknow. Adding to the string of the city's premier medical centres, this hospital is expected to be the 3rd largest facility in the public sector. The Chief Medical Officer has requested 15 acres of land in the Chak Ganjariya area from the Lucknow Development Authority for setting up this hospital. Subsequently, the LDA has started a search program for assigning a feasible area for the upcoming project.

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Adding to the premier services available at Lucknow's Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, the doctors at this centre will also perform liver transplants now. While the healthcare facility was dependent on help from the external staff for liver transplants till now, the procedure shall be conducted by an exclusively internal team now. For this purpose, a group of doctors has been formed and they are fully trained to perform the critical process.

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After the second wave of the pandemic wreaked havoc in the city, the authorities have shifted attention on strengthening the medical infrastructure. As per the latest developments, the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee (Civil) Hospital in Lucknow will be expanded from a 400-bed facility to an 800-bed facility. It is expected that the healthcare centre will become the largest facility in the state once the proposed interventions are finalised and implemented.

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