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According to the Joint Commissioner of Police (traffic), G.U.G. Sastry, the meetings are part of the second phase of the Project Safe Roads, launched in March 2002. Residents can raise issues pertaining to road safety with officials of the Chennai Corporation, Metrowater, Highways, MTC and TNEB. He also appealed to people above 18 years of age to become members of the Citizen for Safe Roads to assist the Traffic Police. Mr. Sastry said a Chennai Traffic Task Force was formed to coordinate the activities of the Citizens for Safe Roads.
Mythili Sriram and Vijay Mehta, former Chief Traffic Warden were appointed as convenor and joint convenor respectively, Mr.Sastry said and added volunteers could enrol as members of Citizen for Safe Roads at the meeting venues. He also said that work was on at 18 places in the city to install LED signals with timers and the facility would soon be installed at 60 other places in the city.
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