RTSA says it will commence the enforcement of Safety Laws from today, Wednesday 11th July 2018 as part of the Road Safety Management System.
In a statement, RTSA Head of Public Relations Frederick Mubanga said the programme will include the introduction of roadside cameras to monitor and detect traffic offences.
He said offending motorists should expect to be stopped and issued with an automated offence report on the spot or receive electronic communication on the following day, notifying them of the offence.
“The technology inherent in the cameras and the system means that all infringements are automatically digitally recorded, both on site and at RTSA. Likewise, the iTicket system creates a permanent notice to be utilized in the prosecution of offenders,” Mubanga said.
Mubanga said cameras will be deployed in Kafue Road, Great East Road, Airport Road, and Mumbwa Road.
He said the cameras will detect various road infringements including speeding.
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#Mwebantu, pay your road tax as the 3rd quarter of the year is coming to an end this week Thursday.
THE Road Transport and Safety Agency (RTSA) has reminded members of the public to pay their road tax as the 3rd quarter of the year is coming to an end this week Thursday.
According to a public notice issued yesterday, RTSA Head of Public Relations Frederick Mubanga urged motorists to pay their tax in advance to avoid being inconvenienced.
“This serves to inform members of the general public that the third quarter for the year 2020 is coming to an end on 30th September 2020. In order for the Agency to serve you in a more efficient and effective manner, motorists and fleet owners are hereby reminded to pay for their Motor Vehicle and Trailer Licenses (Road Tax) in advance to avoid panic,” read the notice.
He further urged clients to also make online payments for Motor Vehicle Licence (Road Tax),
Driving Licence (renewal and duplicate), Road worthiness Application (Road Fitness Test), and for Motor Vehicle Registration (Temporary Registration).
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