Manila Launches No Contact Traffic Apprehension Scheme Along Major Thoroughfares in the City

Manila Mayor Isko Moreno led the launching of the no-contact traffic apprehension system to be implemented along major thoroughfares in the city.

The launch was held at the intersection of President Quirino and Taft Avenues in Ermita.

Moreno warned motorists to drive safely or risk being caught on surveillance cameras and pay traffic fines.

He said, “With the use of high definition cameras, traffic violators will be caught and identified even at night time.”

Moreno noted the challenges being encountered by members of the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau in managing traffic and road safety rules. There are around half a million vehicles passing through Manila daily.

He said traffic fines would go straight to the city’s treasury to support the welfare programs of the local government.

Traffic violators cannot ignore the city’s notices as non-payment of traffic violation fines would disallow violators from renewing their vehicles’ registration with the LTO.

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