The Indian city of Delhi will install an intelligent traffic system (ITS) for effective monitoring of traffic on roads that will be used during the Commonwealth Games.

The first phase of the project will include 87 roads covering about 210km and 220 intersections.

Traffic police will install CCTV cameras in 58 markets and 27 border checkpoints across the city.

The traffic department will also use modern enforcement equipment such as lux meters and driving simulators.

The traffic department will establish an integrated communication network (cyber highway) and a central command operations control room called C4i.

C4i, with the help of wireless sets, mobile phones and landlines, will be linked to staff on the ground and subsidiary bases.