Preventing Man-Animal conflict and traffic in protected areas

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  • July 4, 2020
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Preventing Man-Animal conflict and traffic in protected areas

In news:

  • Karnataka Forest Department decides to introduce time-stamped card system for vehicles passing through Nagarahole National Park roads. 
  • Traffic monitoring mechanism along the roads in national park areas will ensure better compliance of forest laws by motorists and minimise road kills.
  • Time-stamping mechanism will help ensure that motorists don’t stop midway and litter the area or cause disturbance to wildlife. 
  • Speed limit of 30 kmph is being introduced apart from having road humps to act as speed breaker at every 500 meter stretch.

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