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30 million summonses not settled over past decade

KUALA LUMPUR: Only a quarter of the over 5.7 million summonses issued by traffic cops last year have been settled.

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Discounts? Only a quarter of 5 million summonses last year were settled

KUALA LUMPUR: Only 25% of the over 5.7 million summonses issued by traffic police last year have been settled, says Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (TIED) director Deputy Comm Datuk Azisman Alias.

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Auto recognition cameras set to catch errant motorists

KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman is set to roll out the automated number plate recognition (ANPR) system to deter crime and catch errant motorists.

Community

Pay up or expect visit from cops

JOHOR BARU: The police hope to collect almost RM2.25mil in unpaid parking summonses issued in the state.

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Traffic police to resume Ops Warta

KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic police will resume knocking on doors and conducting road blocks from Thursday to catch habitual traffic offenders under Ops Warta.

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Cops to crack down on traffic offenders under Ops Warta

KUALA LUMPUR: Police will resume knocking on doors and set up roadblocks on Thursday to nab errant motorists under Ops Warta.

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Cops: We’ll use them to catch queue jumpers too

KUALA LUMPUR: Speed cameras are not only to nab speedsters. They will also be deployed by traffic police nationwide to catch queue jumpers, illegal emergency lane users and those who park haphazardly.

Community

Mixed views on pay-for-rewards approach

LOCAL councils and government-owned companies are gradually shifting towards the pay-for-rewards approach in hopes of getting the people to pay their bills earlier or on time.

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More motorists settling late traffic summonses

PETALING JAYA: More people have come forward to pay their outstanding traffic summonses, 12 days after Ops Warta was launched on May 19.