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Postby admin » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:55 am

IPOH: The Cabinet has given the green light to implement the Automated Enforcement System to track traffic offenders and bad drivers, said Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri.

He said the system, to be introduced in September, would cover all states in stages.

He said a private company would install and operate the system and it would be electronically linked to the Road Transport Department (JPJ).

Abdul Rahim said digital cameras would be set up along accident-prone areas, expressways and state roads round-the-clock to capture offences committed by motorists.

“The captured images would then be registered in the JPJ system and summonses will be issued to the offender,” Abdul Rahim told reporters after a briefing with JPJ personnel here yesterday.

He said the Automated Enforce- ment System used a blacklist mechanism that would automatically bar offenders who fail to settle traffic summonses issued by the system.

“The cameras will be in plain sight. When motorists are being observed, they will be more careful on the road,” Abdul Rahim said.

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New traffic cameras from Sept 1

Postby admin » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:56 am

IPOH: Road users will not escape getting compound notices and summonses after committing traffic offences at more than 200 high-risk areas after monitoring cameras under the Automated Enforcement System (AES) are installed there from Sept 1.

Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said with the system, all offences would be recorded on automatic cameras and summonses issued immediately through the Road Transport Department's (RTD) computer system.

"The automatic cameras will be installed at more than 200 accident-prone areas identified by the RTD and Malaysian Institute for Road Safety.

The system will operate 24 hours a day," he said after visiting the Perak RTD office yesterday. He said the AES would record offences like beating traffic lights and speeding.

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Traffic spy camera project delayed

Postby admin » Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:52 am

KUALA LUMPUR: The plan to use cameras to catch speedsters and road bullies on highways and at traffic-light junctions has been delayed again.

The automated digital cameras, which were supposed to be activated by Sept 1, will now be used only at the end of the year or early next year.

It is understood the Transport Ministry is ironing out the terms and conditions with two private companies bidding for the project.

Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri said the ministry was drawing up a new working paper for cabinet approval.

"We hope to resubmit the working paper soon."

Several weeks ago, Rahim had said the system could start by Sept 1. However, he said, there were several details to be looked into before giving it the green light.

Once implemented, road users will be under the watch of "big brother" round the clock.

The system is said to be "air-tight" as the photographs taken by the cameras could be used in courts as the attorney-general's chambers has been among those involved in the preparation process for the system to be implemented in the country.

About 200 accident-prone areas have been identified by Road Safety Department and Malaysian Institute for Road Safety.

The ministry had also said those who did not pay their summonses would not be allowed to renew their road tax.

The project, which has been in the pipeline for the past three years, is one of the ministry's efforts to reduce fatal accidents on the road due to speeding, the use of emergency lanes, the beating of traffic lights and overtaking at "double lines".

The system is widely used in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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