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BMC decided to implement new parking guidelines from April 1

Bhubaneswar: 6/2/18:Making major changes in the existing parking system in the city for more revenue generation, the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) decided to implement new parking guidelines from April 1.

The tender process for the parking project is expected to be completed by February 20.

Under new parking rules by the BMC, a person will not to pay fee again for parking his/her vehicle in a particular area. He/she will pay only once as parking fee at the particular package area.

For an example, if a person has paid parking fee at Vani Vihar square and later he is parking his vehicle at Rupali square, he needs not to pay fee any more for parking under the new guidelines and parking system.

However, the rule for duration of parking remains unchanged. As per the existing rules, the BMC fixed Rs 5 for four hours and Rs 10 for more than four hours for two wheeler. In case of four wheelers, the parking fee is Rs 20 for two hours and Rs 40 for four hours.

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