CCTVs help enforce parking rules

Media Replies 10 Jan 2015

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has introduced CCTV cameras at 30 locations as part of efforts to deter and reduce illegal parking ("Illegal parking: Enforcement vital" by Mr Benson Tan; Dec 24).
 
These cameras operate 24 hours daily and help to enforce parking rules along roads that suffer from obstruction caused by indiscriminately parked vehicles. Since we implemented the CCTVs at these locations in 2014, we have observed fewer cases of indiscriminately parked vehicles and a significant improvement in traffic conditions at these locations. We are expanding the use of  CCTV cameras to  40 more locations in the first quarter of 2015.

To alert motorists to the presence of enforcement cameras, CCTV monitoring zones are clearly demarcated by parking restriction lines and signs. Available lamp posts and sign posts within the zones are also painted with a vertical strip in bright orange colour.

In summary, while we work hard to deter motorists from parking illegally through education and a host of measures, eradicating illegal parking rests with motorists to follow the law and respect other road users.

Helen Lim (Ms)
Director, Media Relations
Land Transport Authority

 

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