GURGAON: Two-wheeler riders who enter the Delhi-Mumbai expressway, a high-speed corridor meant only for four-wheelers and heavier vehicles, will now have to cough up Rs 5,000 in fines if caught. The traffic department has now stationed cops on the expressway to intercept such vehicles and issue challans.On Tuesday, the first day of the drive, cops issued challans to three vehicles for driving over the maximum speed limit of 120 km/hour and two others for lane violations, while a two-wheeler rider was also fined Rs 5,000 for using the expressway.The 246-km Gurgaon-Dausa stretch of the expressway, which makes the drive to Jaipur much faster, was opened to commuters on February 15. Days later, TOI had reported that autos, bikes and even bicycles had begun to frequent the access-controlled road, often driving down the wrong side. Jaywalking was also not uncommon. People were also spotted jumping over the fences to get to the other side or catching up mid-expressway with friends or relatives passing by.Traffic inspector Azad said two-wheelers riders will be fined Rs 5,000 under section 134 of the Motor Vehicles Act which pertains to violation of road signage. “Movement of two-wheeler and three-wheelers on the high-speed expressway is prohibited. The drive will continue,” said Azad.Traffic movement on the recently opened Sohna-Dausa section is still lean, but as Jaipur-bound traffic gradually shifts from the Delhi-Jaipur Expressway to the newly inaugurated corridor in the coming days it will add to the vehicle influx at Subhash Chowk and Rajiv Chowk. Gurgaon police have already deployed additional manpower at the two junctions for better traffic management and to avoid congestion.The NHAI official said an intelligent transportation system and advanced traffic management system have been implemented on the e-way.