A model-making competition jointly organized by

Save Pune Traffic Movement

Pune Traffic Police

Registration form
Rules and regulations
Template- writeup about model


Countdown to Parivartan-2018 to be held on 17th February 2018. - Less than 2 weeks to go. More than 40 entries received! The last date for registrations: 10th February 2018.



Dear friends,

You very well know how unsafe and irritating the traffic in Pune has become. Sometimes the drivers cause these problems and sometimes pedestrians; but many times the layout of the road or the chowk is the root cause. People who use the road everyday know exactly what needs to be done to fix the layout, but don't know whom to tell about it and how.

Save Pune Traffic Movement (SPTM), Action for Pune Development, Pune Traffic Police and Bridgestone Road Safety Education Program are providing you a novel way to give your suggestions. All you have to do is this- make a 3D model or a 2D sketch of what needs to be done to improve the layout of a specific road or chowk in Pune and enter it in the competition "Parivartan-2018".

While making a model, please keep in mind that in the last few months, Pune Municipal Corporation has approved a "Pedestrian Policy" to safeguard the interests of pedestrians. PMC has also approved "Pune Bicycle Plan" to improve commuter cycling in Pune.

Shown above: 1st prize winning entry (Open category) from Parivartan-2013.


We're sure you must be having several questions in mind, like-

Please see the rules and regulations of the competition to get answers of such questions.

Please fill in the registration form on or before 25th January Monday, 05th February 2018 to register your entry!

The competition is in 3 categories: Schools, colleges and an open category.  And yes, it carries attractive prizes!

Then what are you waiting for… start making the model! You would be displaying the model in an exhibition on Saturday, 17th February 3rd February 2018. That's not too far away…


See you then, at the exhibition!

Yours truly,

Rajendra Sidhaye
Ashok Morale
Pune Traffic Police