Police seek suggestions on curbing Colombo traffic

23 August 2019 - 146   - 2

The Police has decided to seek suggestions from the public on reducing traffic congestion in Colombo.

Accordingly, Colombo Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Champika Siriwardena has requested the public to submit their suggestions in writing to the following addresses :

  • Office of the DIG, No. 331, Olcott Mawatha, Colombo 11 (Post)
  • (E-Mail)

  Comments - 2

  • Jack Friday, 23 August 2019 12:02 PM

    Stop using Tuk Tuk in the big cities >

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    DJ Sunday, 25 August 2019 09:58 PM

    Every road has a pot hole or a cravice which drivers avoid. These have to be repaired and smooth carraigeway is essential. Have a ac bus service combined with the companies who operate in Colombo run by the CTB as per staffer numbers, you save atleast 15 cars per 1 bus

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