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QC kicks off no-contact apprehension

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QUEZON City Mayor Joy Belmonte has led the implementation of the no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) to enhance road safety, alleviate traffic congestion and instill traffic discipline among motorists traversing the city.


“Road safety is our priority in Quezon City and with the launch of NCAP, we commit to putting the safety of our constituents first and ensure also the safety of motorists passing through the city by strictly enforcing local traffic rules and regulations at all time,” she said.


“Bawal na ang mga pasaway na driver sa Quezon City. Hindi natin habol sa programa na ito na kumita ang city government. Kapag walang natiketan, mas mabuti ito para sa lahat dahil ibig sabihin, disiplinado ang lahat ng motorista,” she added.


NCAP shall utilize state-of-the-art cameras with artificial intelligence technology to capture, photograph, and record the conduction stickers and plate numbers of vehicles in violation of traffic rules and regulations.
When the cameras detect a traffic violation, the system will generate a notice of violation (NOV) to be sent to the city government for review and approval.


Once approved, the NOV will be given to the residence of the registered owner of the vehicle within 14 days and they will be given 30 days to pay their fines.


The city local government will implement a 30 day dry-run beginning October 11 where fines won’t be imposed against violators.


After such period, violators will be fined P2,000 for the first offense, P3,000- P4,000 for the second offense and P5,000 for the third offense depending on the type of violation. Dalisay Nolasco

Photo: Philstar/ Michael Varcas


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