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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Police issued 5,333 summonses in an operation from midnight to 4am Sunday at several highways in the Klang Valley.


Over 5,300 summonses in New Year traffic ops, mostly speeding





KUALA LUMPUR: Police issued 5,333 summonses in an operation from midnight to 4am Sunday at several highways in the Klang Valley.

They are the East Coast Expressway One and Two, North-South Expressway, Kesas Highway, Elite Highway, Damansara-Puchong Highway, Sprint Highway and SILK Highway.

Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department principal assistant director Supt Mustafa Bakri Salleh said that highest number of summonses were for speeding.

The others were for failure to stop at red lights, using the phone while driving and using the emergency lanes.



"We issued 2,832 summonses for speeding. Though most of the culprits are car drivers, we also penalised 179 lorry drivers and 83 bus drivers for driving past the speed limit.

"That means they were driving over 90km an hour on the highway," Supt Mustafa said.

Some 151 motorists were penalised for driving without licences, 124 for driving with expired road tax, 176 for using fancy, non-compliant plate numbers and 136 motorcyclists for failing to use the designated lanes.

Supt Mustafa said eight people were nabbed for drug-related offences and seven for driving under the influence.

"Various traffic ops are being carried out across the country at this time. We want to teach road users to obey the existing traffic laws.

"For example, action by the police and JPJ in the previous Op Selamat have resulted in the decrease of motorists abusing the emergency," he noted.

The operation was carried out by 178 traffic personnel and 45 officers from the Road Transport Department (JPJ), Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and the National Anti-Drugs Agency (AADK).

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