Mumbai Traffic lights may stay red if you keep honking the horn
Mumbai Police are introducing decibel meters onto traffic lights so that at whatever point the noise levels go over 85 decibels, the traffic lights will reset and keep on remaining Red.
Mumbai Traffic is annoying, which is the reason you hear a lot of horn honking during road blockage and heavy traffic jams. Regardless of whether it is a poor driver, a congested road, or drivers who are too busy doing other things to even consider moving when the traffic light turns green, a large number of us hit that horn.
Be that as it may, in Mumbai, India, it appears that the police in the city are getting tired of drivers blasting their horns relentless, so they have thought of an incredible idea. Mumbai Police are introducing decibel meters onto traffic lights so that at whatever point the noise levels go over 85 decibels, the traffic lights will reset and keep on remaining Red. That will make those horn honkers to shut it off.
This framework isn't active round the clock, however just for 15 minutes per day at certain areas in Mumbai that the police are calling "significant", which are likely areas that will in general get stuck the most and where most of honking happens. It is an astute thought and as indicated by the Mumbai Police, there are plans to try the framework in more areas later on. It will at any rate cut down on the abundance commotion, which we are certain, a great many people will appreciate.