To serve as a
bridge between the traffic police and the community for
better understanding of local and general traffic problem.
movements and road situations.
irregularities and violation of the law.
involvement in traffic regulations as and when needed.
communication or educational drives launched by the traffic
police from time to time to make suggestions for improvement
of various traffic problems.
promote road safety awareness in public and school children.
assistance to victims of road accidents.
To help and guide
pedestrians to cross road and walk on footpaths safely.
Guide road users
to observe traffic rules.
of traffic rules and regulations.
Help police to
maintain order on festivals and other occasions.
To assist the
police in regulating traffic and to inculcate better traffic
sense in the public.
should have sufficient time to regulate traffic at the given
main crossing at least two days in a week for 3 hours at
peak hours. However they will be contacted by traffic police
as and when the situation warrants.
service Traffic Wardens shall not have any statutory powers.
Their reports on traffic violations and conditions shall,
however, be considered by the Traffic Police.
may also suggest measures for improvement of road
should be motivated by a spirit of service and dedication.
could volunteer themselves even without being called upon to
advance the objectives of road safety by harnessing their
personal and professional resources.