‘One State, One E-challan’ project launched in Mumbai

The traffic police flagged off the first phase of the ‘One State, One E-challan’ project in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Thane, Nagpur, Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad wherein digitized challans will be issued to traffic offenders on a single platform irrespective of the geographical location where the offence has occurred. Two apps have been launched for viewing challans and paying them online. “For motorists in Mumbai, MumTrafficApp is available on Android and iOS platforms. For rest of the state, MahaTrafficApp will soon be available,” its statement said.

No comments: