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Police to use cameras to prevent traffic law violations

The Metro Police Bureau will be utilizing traffic law photo-monitoring devices for the purpose of detecting traffic law violations.

According to Deputy Police Chief Pol Gen Dejnarong Suthichanbancha, the measure, which has already been implemented for quite some time, will be enforced more strictly this time. Photos of speeding vehicles, their license numbers and of those who have violated traffic regulations will be used as evidence to prosecute the wrongdoers.

A traffic ticket will be mailed to the driver’s address detailing ways they can pay the fine. Police officers from 88 stations in Bangkok will be deployed at various locations to prevent traffic law violations.

Meanwhile, Defense Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan urged the police to take legal action against people who park their vehicles in no-parking zones, saying such violation increases traffic congestion, especially on 21 major roads.




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