ISB ‘Slow Road' Turns Into Fine Trap For Commuters
The Times of India Hyderabad|December 04, 2021
30Kmph Speed Limit Fixed For Biz School Road
Preeti.Biswas

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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