BANE FOR MOTORISTS
Signboards of 30 kmph have been put up on the entire stretch which is frequently used by those having their offices and residences in the neighbouring areas
Motorists say fixing of speed limit as low as 30 kmph is arbitrary
Cops said unless there are limits placed, there could be accidents due to over-speeding and fine of `1,000 will be levied for overspeeding
Hyderabad: The 30kmph speed limit fixed for the arterial 2.63-km Indian School of Business (ISB) road, which leads to the financial district, Narsingi, Kollur and other areas, has become a bane for many commuters.
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