The police stated that the Sham Shui Po Police District and the Kowloon West Regional Traffic Department launched a traffic enforcement operation in the area today (January 4) to strictly enforce the law against traffic crimes related to pedestrians, bicycles and illegal parking to ensure smooth flow of roads and enhance road users' awareness of road safety and law-abiding, so as to protect public safety.
During the operation, officers issued a total of 2,898 fixed penalty (traffic violation) notices, and immediately towed away 19 illegally parked vehicles that caused serious obstruction and hindered bus stop pick-up and drop-off, and issued vehicles to 10 suspected illegally modified vehicles. inspection order.
In addition, officers issued a total of 32 summonses during the operation, mainly involving careless driving, riding a bicycle in disobedience to traffic lights, being within 15 meters of signalized crossings or pedestrian bridges without using these facilities to cross Illegal acts such as driving or causing or allowing others to carry out vehicle repairs on the road.
At the same time, in order to strengthen the crackdown on illegal driving of electric movable tools, officers arrested a 22-year-old local man surnamed Liao on suspicion of "driving an unregistered vehicle", "driving without a valid driver's license", and "driving without third-party insurance" and offenses such as "driving without a helmet".