Breaches of Traffic Regulations: 50 new Speed Cameras and Penalty Points on the Horizon
27 March 2012 - Défi Media Group
Those who stubbornly to violate traffic laws will not be able to blame but themselves. Authorities will be intransigent.
The Minister of Public Infrastructure and Transport, Anil Bachoo, also said hoping things will pick up on the penalty points from the opening of Parliament. He proceeded on Monday in the opening of the third way between St. John and the Pont-Colville Deverell on the M1 motorway and a third track on the same distance in the opposite direction.
"Those who do not meet code the road will have a price to pay. I have already given instructions to the National Transport Authority to act against those who break the law. For example, at Pailles, we have two 'speed cameras'. Despite this, and although motorists know that there is a speed limit to be respected, some continue to binge. With these two cameras, we record not less than fifty tickets daily, "says the minister Anil Bachoo and evoking the acquisition of fifty new cameras.
He added: "Changes are being made regarding the penalty point, and I hope we can come up with this law at the opening of Parliament." The Minister of Transport said that in South Africa, the authorities plan to sentence for murder all those found guilty of manslaughter.
Also in the program of road congestion, the Prime Minister will proceed on Tuesday afternoon at the opening of a new section from Foolishness to Forbach in northern countries.