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Heavy vehicles irk Chirle villagers

DNMUM240073 | 3/25/2012 | Author : Raina Assainar | WC :181



In order to avoid paying toll at Panvel-Uran highway, heavy vehicles usually take the road from Dastan phata to Chirle village, which causes a huge traffic in villages and increases the danger of accident at railway crossing.
The Navi Mumbai traffic officials had proposed a no-entry for heavy vehicles on the road and will be sending the final notification by next week. The heavy vehicles take a short cut from NH-54 to Dastan phata to Jasai to Ekatghar to Chirle village to avoid the toll payment. This route opted by the heavy vehicles is an internal road in the villages used by the villagers for the daily commuting.
"We have got various letters from the villagers about the same problem following which we decided to take acti
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