A whole week of vacation has allowed individuals to leave their homes and visit various tourist attractions. Murree and its surrounding areas remain the most popular tourist destinations.
According to recent data, 21,095 vehicles have entered Murree, and 13,788 have exited since the 2nd Eid Holiday. There were 7,307 tourist automobiles among the 21,095.
To guarantee a smooth flow of traffic, the Punjab Traffic Police have prohibited more than 8,000 vehicles from entering Murree at one time during the Eid holidays. Naveed Irshad, the Chief Traffic Officer (CTO), has ordered the deployment of 360 traffic police officers to handle the traffic.
Irshad told the media that traffic remained relatively normal despite increased tourist activity in Murree during Eid. He stated that the department had stationed wardens and tourism police officers at all locations to assist and oversee the public.
Authorities have also established a Murree Tourism Police helpline — 15 and 1757 or 051-9269200 — to assist tourists in an emergency. Irshad has specifically asked that all drivers maintain road discipline to prevent annoying themselves and others.