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Posted On: 27 March 2011 11:12 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

traffic radars, cameras

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The Ministry of Interior (MoI) has signed a contract with Telco Global Communications for the supply of 54 traffic radars and 20 surveillance cameras for traffic intersections. The contract was signed by MoI Logistics Department assistant director Brigadier Abdullah Saad al-Kharji and Telco director KM Varghese. Brigadier al-Kharji said that the contract is part of MoI department development plans and to support the Traffic Department in controlling traffic movement and ensuring traffic safety. Head of the Traffic Department’s Traffic Safety and Planning Section, Brigadier Mohammed Marafiya, said that as per the contract, the company “will provide radars that will be fixed in highways and internal roads”. “They will also provide surveillance cameras to be used in traffic intersections where no camera is available at present. The cameras are advanced and it will record the images 24 hours a day covering all the lanes of roads,” he added.