Gambia: Mobile traffic unit ramps up enforcement efforts to tackle rising accidents

In a bid to combat the escalating number of road accidents, particularly along the ongoing OIC roads construction sites, the Guyana Police Force’s (GPF) Mobile Traffic Unit has intensified its enforcement measures.

The unit, renowned for its unwavering commitment to road safety, continues to vigilantly enforce the Motor Traffic Regulations to ensure the safety of all road users.

As of March 26, 2024, the Mobile Traffic Unit remains resolute in its mission to curb reckless driving behaviors and promote adherence to traffic laws.

With road safety at the forefront of their operations, the unit implores both drivers and pedestrians to exercise caution and comply with regulations to mitigate the risk of accidents.

In light of recent incidents, the GPF emphasizes the crucial role of strict adherence to traffic regulations in safeguarding lives and preventing avoidable tragedies.

The ongoing construction projects, particularly along the OIC roads, have contributed to heightened traffic congestion and increased accident occurrences, prompting the Mobile Traffic Unit to take proactive measures.

With a firm stance on road safety, the GPF urges all stakeholders to prioritize compliance with traffic laws, emphasizing the collective responsibility in ensuring the well-being of every road user.

Through increased enforcement efforts and public awareness campaigns, the Mobile Traffic Unit endeavors to create a safer road environment for all.

In the wake of these developments, the public is urged to cooperate with law enforcement authorities and contribute to the promotion of road safety initiatives.

Together, by fostering a culture of responsible driving and pedestrian behavior, communities can work towards reducing the incidence of accidents and preserving lives on the nation’s roads.

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