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13 Jul 2019
Media Replies
We refer to Mr Rahul Patwardha’s and Mr Lim Ang Yong’s letters dated 8 and 10 July respectively on the topic of IVRDs. The Land Transport Authority (LTA) introduced the in-vehicle recording device (IVRD) guidelines to ensure that IVRDs comply with the strictest access standards. Strict standards complement the Personal Data Protection Commission’s Advisory Guidelines and protect the interests of commuters and drivers. For more details, please refer to the attached reply.
2 Jul 2019
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority has released an updated set of guidelines for the installation and use of inward-facing in-vehicle recording devices (IVRDs) in public service vehicles (PSVs). For more details, please refer to the attached news release.
15 Feb 2019
Media Replies
We refer to Mr S. Suresh’s letter, “Recording devices can protect disputing parties” and Mr Peh Qin Yun’s letter, “Allow inward-facing cameras in private-hire cars” (ST, 9 February 2019). LTA similarly recognises that in-vehicle recording devices (IVRDs) can safeguard the interest of drivers. We have, in consultation with the Personal Data Protection Commission, developed and announced a set of guidelines to allow IVRD recordings subject to certain rules. For more details, please refer to the attached reply.
22 May 2018
News Releases
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has published a set of installation guidelines for inward-facing in-vehicle recording devices (IVRDs) in public service vehicles (PSVs) such as taxis, private hire cars (PHCs) and buses. The guidelines will come into effect on 22 June 2018. For more information, please refer to the attached news release.

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