Lectures for first-time traffic lane law violators, Cases against second-time violators

Lectures for first-time traffic lane law violators, Cases against second-time violators

Lectures for first-time traffic lane law violators, Cases against second-time violators

Written by Zulfick Farzan

20 Sep, 2020 | 10:20 am

Colombo (News 1st); Traffic Lane Law violators will be directed to mandatory advisory classes from Monday (21), said Director of the Traffic Admin & Road Safety Division of Sri Lanka Police DIG Sumith Nissanka.

A special program is in place to identify drivers who violate the Traffic Lane Law, said the Deputy Police Chief adding the CCTV systems in the Colombo City as well as mobile units and drones will be used for this purpose.

He said when a driver is identified to have violated the Traffic Lane Law, the registered owner will receive a letter from Sri Lanka Police with regard to the traffic advisory class conducted by local police.

” A case will not be filed against such drivers immediately, however, if they continue to violate the Traffic Lane Law, we will ensure strict legal action is taken”, said the DIG.

He further added, the Traffic Lane Law must be followed on all roads and not only at the entry routes into the city of Colombo mainly from the Rajagiriya, Nugegoda, Borella, and Galle Road.

Director of the Traffic Admin & Road Safety Division of Sri Lanka Police DIG Sumith Nissanka said all drivers must abide by the Traffic Law in Sri Lanka.

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