Khan made the announcement after chairing an extensive meeting with senior officers from across the Valley to review the steps taken to streamline traffic in the Kashmir Division, he said.
The day service of the water transport will be started on the said date, the spokesman said.
During the meeting, the divisional commissioner was informed that the irrigation and flood control departments had made a proposal of Rs 2.20 crores for construction of additional river ghats and Rs 35 lakh for the repair of old ghats.
The process of estimation for lightening arrangements along the ghats has been completed by the Power Development Department, the spokesman said.
The spokesman said while reviewing the progress of road marking, installation of signages and mobile toilets, Khan directed officers to submit a complete report to the Divisional Commissioner's office within a week.
During the meeting, the spokesman said, a proposal submitted by the Traffic Advisor to the government was also discussed, to which the divisional commissioner said the government has marked two days a week (Saturday and Sunday) for pedestrians.
During these days, the vendor markets will remain open from TRC Crossing to Exhibition Ground.
In these days no traffic will ply on these routes, the spokesman said.
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