Presently, the condition of Jaipur traffic can at best be said to be "WORSE" an improvement of a few shades from "PATHETIC" about 2 years back. Nonetheless, this should not be the desired rating. A minimum rating of GOOD should atleast be achieved. Firstly, the Traffic Policeman needs immediate training on handling the crowd and vehicles at Peak Rush Hour, Rush Hour and Normal Hours.
Secondly, they need to be informed categorically that there is nothing like a VVIP or VIP category of citizens or leaders or officers from administrative services.
Then comes the line of officers to whom these policeman report. Maximum incorrect practises and intimidation takes place at this level. Whenever, you go to Airport or Railway Station one can always find some vehicles allowed to park in no parking zone. These are vehicles of so called civil servants (either this nomenclature be changed or if they are for the citizens then they cannot be treated like a Maharaja), Police staff, Military staff truck or jeep/car, vehicles of local bodies like panchayat - Sarpanch, President, Secretary, etc. of inconsequential bodies... political parties, etc.
Ideally, vehicle of citizens with debility or elderly persons should be helped to be parked nearer and assistance provided.
Similarly, if the traffic rules are to be followed and implemented, it should be done in letter and spirit. Even in one way traffic, we find a cycle rickshaw, tuk-tuk, hand -cart, bullock cart, cyclists, 2 wheelers, 3 wheelers etc, flouting the rule and most of the time and going the wrong direction.
Citizens need to be informed through RWAs, strict but polite and firm police force.
Another point which needs to be highlighted is to provided protective gear to the constables or policeman who is exposed for the full duration of his duty time on road and crossings.