Kerala to open more Mobility Hubs

Our Bureau Kochi | Updated on March 03, 2013

Encouraged by the successful implementation of Vytilla Mobility hub, the State Government plans to set up similar hubs in Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode.

State Transport Minister Aryadan Mohammed said the Government would also take steps to connect the Vytilla Mobility Hub with rail and water network. The Minister was speaking after inaugurating the first digital signage system at Vytilla Mobility Hub.

The State Motor Vehicles Department has introduced the signage system as part of its efforts to bring down the number of road accidents.

The digital signage system will provide details about road safety measures on display boards installed at the hub.

Silent videos of road accidents and the dangers in involved rash driving will be continuously played on the boards.

The Minister pointed out that the number of road accidents in the State is on the rise and awareness programmes are the need of the hour.

He also suggested introducing the system in KSRTC bus stations in the State.

Published on March 03, 2013

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