Way to better traffic enforcement


  • Letters Premium
  • Saturday, 04 Sep 2004

THE recent confusion, accusations and counter accusations over the many accidents involving lorry and bus drivers who have been later found to have tonnes of summonses outstanding against them was a mess waiting to happen if one studies our traffic regulation and enforcement system and infrastructure.  

The Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board which issues and regulates commercial vehicles licences is not under the Transport Ministry while the Road Transport Department is, but not the police, who are under the Home Ministry. 

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights
   

Next In Letters

Landfill fumes are worrying Premium
Our tigers are going the way of the dodo Premium
Flood-affected clinics need help Premium
A bleak future without trees Premium
Two suggestions to prevent fake vaccination certificate incidents involving private clinics Premium
RFID implementation still needs further improvement, mass adoption should be delayed Premium
Climate resilient development: The way forward for Malaysia Premium
Know the technicalities of motor insurance Premium
Seeking more details about quarantine policy Premium
Whistleblowing in SMEs Premium

Others Also Read


Vouchers