MBPJ’s combined use of CCTV cameras, loudspeakers succeeds in reducing traffic offences

A WOMAN walked hurriedly out of a bank in Jalan Yong Shook Lin in Petaling Jaya, entered her car and drove away after she heard an announcement to remove her vehicle through a loudspeaker from outside the building.

The “voice” was that of a Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) enforcement officer reading out the vehicle number plate and made a precise description of the car committing the traffic offence.

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