KUCHING: Six spots along the Pan-Borneo Highway have been identified as among eight locations in Sarawak for the initial implementation of the Automated Enforcement System (AES).
The other two locations are Jalan Sultan Tengah and Jalan Tabuan Jaya in Kuching, said Road Transport Department (JPJ) state director Abdul Hamed Akob.
He described AES as enforcement by technology, where digital cameras would be set up at various locations to capture traffic offences.
“This will be the first phase of the implementation of AES in Sarawak,” he told reporters at a meet-the-media session at JPJ headquarters here yesterday.
The second phase of implementation in- volved setting up the system at traffic lights to record offences.
“The system will record images of vehicles, including the licence plates, if the drivers commit offences like speeding.
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