Traffic violation, fines to be linked between all GCC Countries soon

Muscat: Traffic violations will soon be linked among the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to reduce the incidence of accidents. The system is undergoing finishing touches and will be implemented shortly.

This came during the nineteenth meeting of the working group, which was held on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, via video conference in implementation of the decision of the thirty-ninth meeting of their Highnesses and Excellencies, Ministers of Interior of the GCC states, regarding the linking of traffic violations between the GCC countries.

The working group for linking traffic violations in the countries of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf discussed the final stages of the linking process and activating the exchange of traffic violations among the Directorates General for Traffic in the GCC countries, the launch can be expected very soon.

This link would enhance standardisation and exchange of procedures among traffic agencies, according to mechanisms that operate and contribute in reducing accidents and violating traffic rules in the GCC states.

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