The new application is being distributed to all groups of the Local Police of Rome Capital which, by mid-February, will update all PDAs and small printers supplied to investigating officers, allowing them to print the notification of fines already complete with the QR code and all the information needed to travel to pay directly at tobacconists and authorized points of sale.
The Capitol makes it known.
The experimental phase which in the last two weeks involved the territory of the II Municipality has in fact concluded.
Until now, citizens found the document relating to the fine on the windshield of their cars, but not the useful references for immediate payment online or at authorized points of sale.
They could then access the Roma Capitale website by entering the data necessary to obtain the real bulletin or wait for the home delivery notification, from which the 5 days to be able to pay the discounted fine in any case started.
Now everything can be done within minutes of locating the notification.
"The process of digitalisation of the services of the Local Police of Rome goes on - says the commander of the Local Police of Rome Ugo Angeloni - expanding the possibility of paying fines and meeting the needs of citizens who intended to move quickly since the notice found on the windshield of the car , without further and perhaps uncomfortable intermediate steps.An option not expressly provided for by the Highway Code,
"It is truly excellent news that of the strong acceleration given by the Capitoline Administration to the path of technological modernization and digitization of services to the citizen, also in the field of collection capacity. An important qualitative leap, coordinated by the Economic Resources Department which I thank for the commitment and the quality of the work performed".
The deputy mayor of Rome Silvia Scozzese communicates this in a note.
"Specifically - he adds - the software which is already operational and which in the next few days will be extended to the entire municipal territory, allows the inspectors of penalties for violations of the Highway Code to issue a single layout of notice of assessment and report of the violation.
They will then be able to print and leave on the sanctioned vehicle a copy of the assessment notice including the 'QRCode' containing the IUV (Unique Payment Identifier).
Thanks to all this, citizens will therefore be able to pay the fine in a simple, safe and fast way, either by going to one of the Payment Service Providers adhering to the PagoPA system (banks, tobacconists, etc.), or in absolute autonomy, in the event that they have downloaded the AppIo onto your mobile, a platform that has already hosted the possibility of receiving the Tari directly on your smartphone for a few months.
Among other things, the payment can be made in the 10 days following the issue of the fine (no longer just 5,