Delhi: The maximum speed limit has been set for vehicles in the capital, Delhi Traffic Police has released a new list released.

Delhi: Maximum speed limit for vehicles set in the capital, Delhi Traffic Police has released a new list.

Traffic Police (Photo Credit: IANS)

New Delhi: This news is effective for those who drive on the streets of the capital Delhi. Now the speed limit has been changed in Delhi. Whether it is a two-wheeler or a car-truck, speed limits have been set for different vehicles. The Delhi Traffic Police has issued a list listing the different roads and the speed of vehicles that can be driven there. Anyone who violates this speed limit will have to pay a heavy fine. Drug trafficking: Drug trafficking ring hanged, 42,000 tramdol pills seized.

The maximum speed limit for motor vehicles has been changed, Delhi Traffic Police said. Below you can read the full details of the speed limit.

See list here

Vehicle speed limits on most roads are set at 60-70km / h. At the same time, the maximum speed limit for two-wheelers has been set at 50-60km / h. A maximum speed limit of 40 km / h has been set for buses, tempos and other three wheels. The speed limit in DND is set at 0 km / h for vehicles and 0 km / h for two wheels.

The speed limit for both cars and bikes has been set at 60km / h on the Barpula flyover. The speed limit on the Noida Toll Road from Delhi is set at 0 km / h for vehicles and 0 km / h for two-wheelers. The speed limit for both cars and bikes has been set at 60km / h on the airport road.

The speed limit for both cars and bikes has been fixed at 50km / h from Ring Road-Azadpur to Chandni Chowk and Model Town. The maximum speed limit for cars and bikes on all residential and commercial roads within the market is set at 30km / h.

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