One way traffic resumes along Butwal-Narayanghat section

NAWALPUR, July 2: The one way vehicular movement has come into operation from 9am today along the Butwal-Narayanghat section of the East-West Highway.  The traffic on this section of the highway was disrupted for 21 hours after diversions at Thumsi in Gaidakot were swept away by flood on Thursday morning following incessant rain occurred since Wednesday night.  The security personnel were continuously trying their best even to ensure a one-way traffic and got success late this morning after constructing new diversions at the disrupted points, said Area Police Post Gaindakot chief Laxmi Pandey. Pandey added that emergency vehicles and light vehicles were prioritized for their cross movements there. With the one way traffic operation, the road section is witnessing declining traffic pressure of late.

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You can pay fines for traffic offences on the spot in Kathmandu from now onwards

Here is good news for motorists, bikers and scooter riders in Kathmandu: you can pay fines for traffic offences on the spot in the valley from now onwards. The post You can pay fines for traffic offences on the spot in Kathmandu from now onwards appeared first on OnlineKhabar English News.

Now pay fines for violating traffic rules by scanning QR-code

KATHMANDU, September 2: Have you ever found it time-consuming and faced various hassles in paying fines for violating traffic rules in the Kathmandu Valley? Problems in the process have ended here as now traffic violators can pay fines by scanning QR-code.  The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division has installed software through which traffic violators can pay fines by scanning QR-code through their mobile phones, said Senior Superintendent of Police Janak Bhattarai.  The Division has launched the software amid a function here today. Traffic violators are handed a chit with QR-code on the spot and they can pay fines by scanning the QR-code, he said.  Traffic violators can collect their traffic documents taken by traffic police on the spot from traffic police offices at areas of their convenience, said the Division.

Two-way traffic resumes in Gaindakot-based highway

KAWASWATI, September 2: Two-way traffic has resumed along the East-West Highway that was obstructed after the monsoon-induced flood took away a diversion in Gaindakot Municipality-23 of Nawalpur.  The highway that was disrupted since last Thursday has come into operation after seven days. The road traffic had come to a halt when a diversion constructed in course of the East-West Highway widening drive was taken away by a flood.  Though continuous efforts were made to bring back the highway to complete operation it was not materialized due to muddy surface with incessant rain.  Two way traffic has come to resumption through the newly-constructed diversion after the rainfall stops. Information Officer of District Traffic Police Office Padam Badu informed that the highway operation has resumed since Wednesday evening after carrying out necessary maintenance.

Landslide causes traffic disruptions in Helambu Highway

The Narayanghat-Mugling road stretch has witnessed traffic disruptions due to a massive landslide that occurred at Setidobhan area at 8.20 pm last night following heavy rain.

Narayangadh-Muglin road section sees one-way traffic operation

MUGLIN, July 9: Vehicular movement has resumed one way following removal of landslide debris in Bharatpur Metropolitan City-29, Setidobhan.  The Narayangadh-Muglin road that had been obstructed due to landslides since 10.00 pm Wednesday has reopened with one-way traffic since 5.30 this morning.  According to the District Police Office, Chitwan, the vehicles stranded on the road now are plying to their destinations after the debris clear-off.  Since the onset of monsoon this year, the road section has witnessed traffic disruptions several times due to frequent incidents of landslides. With the recurring incidents, the vehicular mobility along the Narayangadh-Muglin road section has remained uncertain.

Narayangadh-Muglin road section sees traffic disruptions again

MUGLIN, July 8: The Narayangadh-Muglin road stretch has again witnessed traffic disruptions after landslides took place in Bharatpur Metropolitan City-29, Setidobhan at 8.00 pm last night.  According to District Police Office Chitwan Chief, Om Prasad Adhikari, two JCV excavators have been mobilized since early this morning to remove the debris with boulders that put the traffic operations out of gear. It may take further time to clear off the road if further heavy equipment are required to use for breaking the boulders, he added.  The two-way traffic that had come into operations on the road stretch since 6.00 pm Wednesday has again witnessed obstructions. As informed, the debris is still sliding on the road. Hundreds of vehicles have been stranded along the road section due to traffic disruptions.  Landslides obstruct Bhimdutta highway  Landslides have obstructed the Bhimdutta Highway that connects seven hilly districts of Sudurpaschim Province. Traffic operations have come to a grinding halt along the highway since 3.00 am this morning. Locals said the landslide occurred at Ganyapdhura rural municipality-1, Shahukharka of Dadeldhura disrupted the highway traffic. Efforts are on to clear off the debris since early this morning so as to resume the highway.  Prithvi highway remains obstructed in Tanahun  Owing to incessant rain and subsequent flood, the Prithvi highway has been obstructed at Myagde rural municipality-4 in Tanahun. DSP Yubaraj Timilsena informed the rain-triggered flood obstructed the highway. Police personnel and locals are working together to reduce the water level in the swollen rivulet.  Meanwhile, landslides triggered by incessant rain since Wednesday evening buried two houses and caused damages to 10 houses in Rishing rural municipality of Tanahun. No human casualties have been so far reported according to the rural municipality office. Floods have also caused loss to the harvesting maize cultivated in 10 ropanis of land. Likewise, landslide has buried a house of Rishing-4 ward member Tolnath Thapa.

One-way traffic resumes on Narayangadh-Muglin road section

MUGLIN, July 7: One-way traffic operation has resumed along the Narayangadh-Muglin road section that has been obstructed since Monday night. According to Chief of District Police Office, Chiwtan, Om Prasad Adhikari, a task of clearing off the debris has been continued since early this morning to resume the traffic operation. With this, one-way road traffic has reopened since 9.00 am.  However, rolling down of debris has not stopped. The landslide has continued on the road section for over a week. The road section has been disrupted several times due to incessant rainfall and subsequent landslides.  The District Police Office, Chitwan informed that the removal of debris has begun in different areas including that of Setidobhan since 5.30 am today so as to bring back full-fledge operation of the traffic. Hundreds of vehicles have been stranded on the road due to disruption of traffic operations.

Prithvi Highway caves in, only one-way traffic allowed

KATHMANDU, July 4: The Prithvi Highway, one of the Kathmandu Valley’s key supply line, has caved in at Phisling of Ichchhakamana Rural Municipality-3 in Chitwan district.  Only one-way traffic has been allowed in the Highway after the road subsided this morning.  The road section was blacktopped few months ago. But due to incessant rain this monsoon, the edge of the road started to wear off leading to cave-in.  The 174-km long Highway connects Naubise of Tribhuvan Highway in Kathmandu to Prithvichowk in Pokhara and is one of the busiest highways in the country.  A traffic jam has formed in various road sections along the Highway since the cave-in.

One-way traffic resumes in BP Highway

BANEPA, July 4: The BP highway has been resumed for traffic after the obstruction due to floods in Mamti river in Roshi rural municipality was cleared. One-way traffic has been resumed at the joint initiative of police, the rural municipality, road project and locals. The road section in the border of ward nos 11 and 12 of the rural municipality remained closed since 12:00 midnight on Friday and resumed at 2:30 pm on Saturday, police inspector at Area Police Office, Mangaltar Sherkhar Khadka said. A dozer was used to clear the sludge gathered on the road and hence one-way traffic was resumed. A large number of vehicles and their passengers had remained stranded as a result.