A total of 245 reports were received through the application after the Road Transport Department (JPJ) invited the public to spy during the road safety campaign and the operation in conjunction with Idilfitri. [email protected] From 29 April
According to Eddie Fadley Ramley, JPJ’s Deputy Director General (Planning and Operations), the highest reported crime is cutting lines and using emergency lanes.
“This application was launched a week before IdilFitri and we have received very good support from road users across the country,” he said, according to a report by Bernama.
He added that some complaints have been dealt with within 48 to 72 hours.
“JPJ would like to thank Malaysians who are willing to help us enforce traffic laws by reporting incidents through video and legitimate photos through the app. [email protected]He added.
Application [email protected] For Android smartphones can be downloaded via Google Play Stire and users need to enable the Global Positioning (GPS) system to facilitate location tracking. For now, it has been reported that it can also be downloaded through the App Store for iOS devices.
Meanwhile, Eddie Fadley added that JPJ had inspected a total of 89,490 vehicles in a joint road safety operation in Upbersepadu with Hari Raya Idilfitri. Of this number, a total of 18,690 notices were issued for various offenses and the highest offenses were identified as not having driving license and non-renewal of road tax.