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Yau Tsim Police District ransacked over 190,000 cards from warehouses in 11 months and received 61 million yuan

2021-12-03T02:12:42.454Z

Dispatch beef jerky! Between January and November of this year, the Yau Tsim Police District alone issued 192,595 fixed penalty notices for parking violations, in other words, an increase of 61 million yuan in revenue for the warehouse. Yesterday (2nd) also cracked down on illegal parking



Dispatch beef jerky!

Between January and November of this year, the Yau Tsim Police District alone issued 192,595 fixed penalty notices for parking violations, in other words, an increase of 61 million yuan in revenue for the warehouse.

A total of 1,047 beef jerky were issued yesterday (2nd), and 11 vehicles that caused serious traffic jams were towed away.

The police also carried out mobile video enforcement at traffic black spots in the district, focusing on cracking down on drivers' illegal acts of obstructing traffic. A total of 101 vehicles were recorded during this period.


The Yau Tsim Police District stated that it will continue to carry out key traffic enforcement actions to crack down on illegal parking at various black spots in the district, including Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Guolan Reclamation Street in Yau Ma Tei and the West Kowloon Cultural District.

The police said that in addition to ticketing drivers for illegal parking without warning, they would also tow away unguarded vehicles that caused serious obstruction on the road without prior warning and notification.

From January to November this year, the Yau Tsim Police District issued a total of 192,595 fixed penalty notices and recorded 8,569 driver violations.

The police said that they hope to change the bad behavior of drivers that may cause traffic accidents, and call on drivers to abide by traffic rules and not to park vehicles illegally just for a while.

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Source: hk1

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