Tag: traffic in kuwait

Can’t blame expats for traffic chaos on roads

July 4, 20181 Comment

On the notion that the growing number of expatriates is the cause of traffic congestion, Otul lamented about mixing cards regarding this issue.

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28,780 tickets issued in 7 days

August 30, 20170 Comments

Traffic crackdown: General Department of Public Relations and Security Media at Ministry of Interior revealed that the General Traffic Department carried out several traffic campaigns in all governorates of the State of Kuwait during the period from Aug 20 to 26.

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Change the timetables of some schools to control the traffic

December 30, 20160 Comments

Plan to change the schedule of schools with the aim of reducing traffi c jams, reports Al-Rai daily.

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Traffic Violation fine 200 KWD

November 27, 20160 Comments

The extreme campaign adopted by General Traffic Department (GTD) against law violators will continue until safety and sanity return to the roads, reports Al-Shahed daily.

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More parking spaces on Kuwaiti Road

August 29, 20150 Comments

imagesA top officer said the roads committee concerned has reported of much rush on the major road. Continue Reading &raquo

Kuwait placed first in Gulf and Sixth in the world as per most number of cars in the Kuwait

November 27, 20147 Comments

Kuwait placed first in Gulf and Sixth in the world as per most number of cars in the Kuwait Continue Reading &raquo

Vitronic Poliscan Camera with ALPR System at Road 5 , Kuwait

November 11, 20148 Comments

cmaera499_nThe VITRONIC PoliScan is an automated license plate recognition (ALPR) system. Continue Reading &raquo

Rules for using the road emergency lane in Kuwait

October 7, 20140 Comments

Rules for using the road shoulder (safety lane) in Kuwait:
Source : BuzFairy & 248am

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Kuwait’s Roads Capacity #kuwait #q8

September 20, 20140 Comments

nReferring to the traffic statistics of 2013, Continue Reading &raquo

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