1. the some auto bikes make noise when accelerated.
2. Most of the trucks (contractors and govt. agencies) running locally in the city make significant noise and air pollution.
3. Construction work in residential localities create noise, air, and dust pollution in addition to dirt.
4. High beam of vehicles in the localities and internal city roads create nuisance.
Education to drivers, publicity thru posters, signage and advertisement may help improvement. Education at schools and colleges to young drivers and children would also help better discipline. more
1. Attitude of drivers. I have seen well dressed young/middle aged drivers, appear to be well educated, relentlessly squeezing on the horn even in traffic jams. Many start honking as soon as the traffic signal goes green though they are way behind in the queue. Some do it as a habit even on freely moving traffic.
2. Poor law enforcement. Traffic police do not seem to know honking is an offence if wantonly resorted to. They also do not seem to know as to what types of horns allowed and not allowed.
3. Similar is the case oh Head Lights. Many years ago police used to fine cars not having the upper semicircle on head light glass not painted black. Now 'Anadi ' drivers of both 4 wheeler and 2 wheeler vehicles continuously drive with head lights focused upwards than pointing to road.
The problem to the large extent rests with drivers and then with enforcing agency.
Same drivers when visit abroad follow these rules scrupulously.
When will we change and become more responsible instead of blaming ??? more