Speed Limit on Delhi Flyovers

Speed limit (<50) on delhi flyovers are not acceptable, everyone wasting lot of time on regular basis on roads due to heavy traffic in delhi, but when one gets a chance to speedup their vehicle on some flyovers, he/she is bounded by speed limit. It should be modified to at least 70, so that we can save our precious time. more  

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When the speed limit inside colonies is 50 what is wrong in doing 70 at flyovers. It is infect facilitating the Delhi Traffic Police official to achieve their targets they will stand at downing side of fly overs where sped is automatic increased and they issue Callahan for targets or fill their pocket I heard police men while talking to each other at one instance. more  
Yes it should be increase by 50 to 70 km/h to save time and fuel (money)..... more  
Delhi has wide roads compared to other cities and at many places in Delhi speed limits has been increased, Making the speed limit to 70 will be a good idea, the police instead of limiting the speed should focus on removing the encroachments of roads and discipline road users.
40-50 is pathetic however nobody wants to attack the basic issues but only want to restrict things. more  
The optimum speed 40-50 is desirable matching the speed allowed on the road.
There is no point of riding at 70+ if after descending the flyover you have to slow down to much lower speed.

R K Bajaj more  
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