As per the new rules of the transport ministry, state enforcement agencies will have to send traffic violation notices to the offender within a few days of breaking the rules. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) issued a notification under the amended Motor Vehicles Act 1989 for Electronic Monitoring and Enforcement of Road Safety, in which electronic devices will be used for issuing challans. In a series of tweets, the ministry said, “Information of crime will be sent within 15 days of the commission of the crime.”
According to the new rules of the Ministry of Transport, electronic records should be stored till the settlement of the invoice. According to the new rules, electronic devices include speed cameras, closed-circuit television cameras, speed guns, body wearable cameras, dashboard cameras, automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), weigh-in machines (WIM) and such devices as may be applicable by the state government. Any other technology involved.
The ministry said, “State governments should take full care that these devices are installed on high risk and high density corridors and critical junctions of national and state highways in major cities with a population of 10 lakhs and 132 cities given in the notification. “
It also said that these electronic devices should be installed in such a way that they do not disturb the flow of traffic and line of sight.
As per the new rules, the footage of an electronic device will have an electronic stamp indicating the location, time and date, which can be used for driving over the speed limit, parked in no parking and driving a two-wheeler without wearing a helmet. can be used for.
The footage can also be used for red light jumping, violating stop signs, using handheld communication devices while driving, crossing or overtaking other vehicles contrary to the law, and issuing challans for other traffic violations. Is.
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