Google to launch the first green traffic junction in Hyderabad!
Police in Hyderabad have taken the initiative to decrease carbon emissions. The country's first green traffic junction will be built. In Hyderabad, 150 traffic crossings will be made more environmentally friendly. For this, an agreement has been made with Google. Changes and enhancements to the junction signalling system will lessen the toxins generated by automobiles, such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. The Green Traffic Junction is currently being designed and tested by Google in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Haifa, Israel. If improvements are made to the signalling system based on this data, motorists' waiting time at junctions will be decreased.
During the week, traffic bottlenecks at the Green Traffic Junction in the Israeli city of Haifa were reduced by 2%. According to Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand, an agreement has been reached with Google to launch the country's first green traffic junction.