March 24, 2023

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Twenty-One (21) vehicles Drivers are to report to Police for committing different forms of traffic offenses

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The advancement of technology and the digitization agenda in Ghana has taken away the face of Police to physically check traffic offenders on the roads. The MTTD traffic monitoring and surveillance center of the Ghana Police Service as part of traffic regulation enforcement has captured twenty-one (21) vehicles flouting the law on camera on Saturday 27th November, 2021 between 8:21am and 18:14pm.

These drivers committed various road traffic offences such as parking at unauthorized place, Reversing on a highway, Dangerous driving facing incoming vehicles, unauthorized stopping and neglecting of  road signs.

The areas where these vehicles were captured are around Dansoman Exhibition Roundabout, Nsamanpom, Abeka Station, Madina Zongo Junction, Zodia Junction, UPSA Shell filling station, Lapaz Flytop, Teshie Ableza lorry station, Ayimensah barrier, Bawaleshi LA-sch, Kasoa Tollbooth, A&C Mall, James Town Police Station, Adenta Barrier, Kwabenya Station and Gold House Traffic light all in the Greater Accra Region.

The table below are the registration numbers and these vehicles and are to report to Accra Central Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) at Tudu within the period of one week to avoid arrest













Meanwhile, on Friday 26th November, 2021, The MTTD traffic monitoring and surveillance center captured six (6) offenders around Okponglo Junction, Spintex Papaye, and Airport Traffic Light with unauthorized stopping, dangerous driving and causing danger to other road users as their offences.

These vehicles with registration numbers GN 3879-20, MAJESTY 1, GR 7648-15, GR 1460-19 and GN 2939-14 are also expected to report with same period.


By: Sheila Satori Mensa

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