Jumping red light signal has decreased in Oman

Muscat: Jumping red light signal has decreased in Oman

In a statement Oman news agency said: The Director of Traffic Violations Department at the General Traffic Department reveals that the rate of overtaking in the red light signal has decreased by 67 percent in 2020 compared to 2015, as a result of vehicle drivers’ commitment to traffic rules and regulations.

The Director of the Traffic Violations Department at the General Traffic Department added, in a statement to the Oman News Agency, that the percentage of red light violations exceeded 0.6 percent of the total violations recorded in 2020 stipulated in the violations list in the executive regulations of the Traffic Law.

And it indicated that the procedures for dealing with the driver of the vehicle, who was proven to have crossed the red signal, is to detain the driver of the violating vehicle for a period of no more than (48) hours and seize the vehicle for a period not exceeding two weeks, with the issuance of a first-class violation report, and three points are counted on the violator.

She stated that the red signal is one of the traffic signs that have a major role in regulating traffic, noting that failure to comply with it results in serious traffic accidents, and that bypassing the red signal and not stopping the vehicle driver when passing on a road in which the red light is lit leads to “Control the violator in accordance with the provisions of the Traffic Law and its implementing regulations that implement him with all means of control and electronic technologies.”

more recommended stories

Terms of Use:

  • This website Arabian Daily is an individual’s property, not used for any commercial or sales purposes. What you see here are one’s random thoughts in action. I, by no means, endorse any product or party through this, unless stated explicitly.
  • All work you will find here is copyrighted unless stated otherwise. No part of this work can be reproduced in any way with the exception of a) if you share our work, it should link back to this website; b) if you quote any part of our work, it should be properly credited to us with a link to this website.
  • All images used on this website have been taken from open source image websites on the Internet. If any of them are copyrighted to you and you want us to take them down or add credits, please feel free to contact us here, or by using the contact form on this page.
  • The views expressed on Arabian Daily are solely ours. They do not represent any party or any particular school of thought. This website does not promote racism in any form.
  • Privacy Policy:
    This website will respect the readers’ and the writer’s privacy. We do not sell any of their personal or contact information to another company. We do not put your information on spam lists. Also, and more importantly, we are not responsible for the privacy practices of any of our advertisers or website commenters.
  • Reserve Rights: We reserve the right to change the focus on this website, to shut it down, sell it or to change the terms of use at our own discretion.