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Police initiate road safety move

The City Traffic Police Division has set up Police Traffic Point Duty posts in main trunk roads intersections considered important within the Colombo city.

These point duty posts will make motorists view signals of the Policemen clearly and Policemen on duty to witness the traffic flow and direct vehicles in a more meaningful manner to ease off traffic congestions.

This concept of Traffic Administration and Road Safety DIG Asoka Wijetilleka will operate during the peak hours - morning 7am to 9.30pm and. Evening 4.30pm to 7pm and during the school hours.

Initially, these Traffic Point duty posts have been set-up at Kollupitiya and Bambalapitiya on the Galle Road, at Wellawatta, Colombo Fort and on Parliament Road at Borella. Several signboards have been introduced to educate pedestrians and motorists.

DIG Wijetilleka appeals to the motorists to observe road rules and follow lane traffic to avoid incidents and for the safety of all road users.

 

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