Pune Pedestrians Day

Acting on SPTM’s suggestion, Shri Murlidhar Mohol, Mayor of Pune, announced that Pune will observe a “Pedestrians Day” on 11th December 2021, and on 11th December every year. Pune will thus become the first city in India to observe a Pedestrians Day!

Parivartan-2018

The 3rd edition of Parivartan was graced by senior officers from PMC as judges, and we hope that PMC will actually implement the suggestions from the prize winning entries. The theme for Parivartan-2018 was Road Safety.  Participants were asked to focus specifically on improving safety and convenience of pedestrians, cyclists and public transport. “Parivartan”, jointly […]

Parivartan-2016

The second edition of Parivartan, in 2016, also attracted an excellent response by about 50 teams.  SPTM and Pune Traffic Police jointly organize this model making competition for students as well as open categories. The competition provides a chance to suggest constructive solutions for improvement of a junction or a road near you and participate […]

Reflective tapes for better visibility

Pedestrians are the most vulnerable road users in Pune. Especially school students are the most vulnerable in evenings, because- The light is fading Traffic is high and people eager to go home The students’ shorter stature makes them less visible   During 2013-2015, SPTM and Rotary Clubs from Pune jointly provided self-adhesive reflective tapes to […]

2015 on Cycles

“2015 on Cycles” aims to unite urban cyclists.  This assembly of cyclists would form a pressure group to protect safety and convenience of urban cyclists. A cycle rally was organized on 22nd February 2015, from Sambhaji Park to Kalyani Nagar, where the “Happy Streets” event was being held. Below are some glimpses from the rally.

Parivartan-2013

SPTM and Pune Traffic Police jointly organized a model making competition, “Parivartan-2013”, for students as well as open categories. The competition provided a chance to suggest constructive solutions for improvement of a junction or a road near you and participate in improvement of traffic conditions in Pune. There were about 100 entries, from schools, colleges […]

Mission “10vi Pass”

Mission “10vi Pass” was a campaign to systematically improve traffic discipline in Pune.  It aims to enforce 10 basic traffic rules, one rule at a time, starting from the simplest ones. It was inaugurated by DCP Mr Manoj Patil and renowned artist Shri Mangesh Tendulkar. The 10 rules were: At red signal, stop before stop […]