Traffic police to cover all angles to ensure safe travel


Jammed up: Motorcyclists and motorists waiting to pass the Jalan Duta toll plaza. — SS KANESAN/The Star

PETALING JAYA: With some 14 million vehicles expected to hit the roads and highways during the long Hari Raya break starting this weekend, the police will be going for a “total enforcement” approach to keep everyone safe.

Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department principal assistant director (enforcement) Supt Dr Bakri Zainal Abidin said the police would be conducting more integrated and efficient enforcement to curb road accidents and ensure smooth flowing traffic.

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