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MPs raise issue of traffic congestion – Solutions sought

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 28: MPs Osama Al-Shaheen, Mohamed Al-Dalal, Jaman Al-Harbash, Abdullah Fahad and Wahab Al-Babatain sent a letter on the traffic congestion issue which costs the State $4 billion annually, as part of the incoming letters item in the parliamentary session slated for March 7, 2017. In a press …

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Ghazali Bridge demolition put on hold

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 18: With the aim of easing the traffic congestion that resulted from the closing of Ghazali Bridge, Assistant Undersecretary for Road Affairs at Ministry of Public Works Eng Ahmad Al-Hassan declared that the Airport Bridge towards Shuwaikh Port will be opened within two weeks and a new …

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Govt takes immediate steps to curb ‘Ghazali’ traffic jam

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 13, (Agencies): The Ministry of Public Works announced on Monday instant measures to tackle the traffic congestion resulting from closure of the key Al-Ghazali bridge. The extraordinary measures will be effective as of Tuesday, the ministry said in a statement, indicating that they are result of intensive …

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Adapt to situation, closure to continue for 2 years – Official; ‘Ghazali’ traffic chaos irks motorists

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 12: The closure of Ghazali Bridge on Sunday brought traffic to a standstill on several roads leading to the surrounding areas. In a press statement, Director General of the Public Relations and Security Media Department at the Ministry of Interior Brigadier Adel Al-Hashash explained that closure of …

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MoI urged to tackle spread of harmful fumes from vehicles

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 11: MP Mohammad Al- Dallal has sent parliamentary questions to the Minister of Interior Sheikh Khaled Al-Jarrah Al- Sabah concerning the spread of harmful fumes emitted from the vehicles’ exhaust pipes and the measures taken by the ministry to tackle this phenomenon, reports Arab Times daily. MP …

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Sneak peek cams trap no-belt users, phone talk on the move

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 15: A security source says any increase in the traffic fines needs a law to be issued by the legislative authority, reports Arab Times daily. The daily added, rumors about the increase in fines for certain violations are not true and pointed out the increase in fine …

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Abandoned cars lifted – ‘Jleeb for cleanliness’

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 14: The Public Hygiene and Road Occupancy Department at Farwaniya Municipality launched two fi eld campaigns in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh and Hassawi areas during which two truckloads of spoiled fruits and vegetables, old furniture and used clothes were lifted, reports Al-Seyassah daily. The campaigns were aimed to remove …

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38 caught, 27 cars, 5 bikes seized in traffic crackdown

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 8: General Traffic Department last week launched impromptu campaigns in all six governorates upon directives from the Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Lieutenant General Sheikh Khalid Al- Jarrah Al-Sabah, which resulted in the issuance of 29,566 violations for various citations. Traffic officers during the period impounded …

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Citations for using phone while driving

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 22: In a recent campaign covering Hawally, Farwaniya and Capital governorates, officers from the General Traffic Department issued 1,464 citations for various traffic violations. The operation conducted upon directives from the Undersecretary of Interior Ministry Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad resulted in the issuance of 1,028 citations against …

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Traffic crackdown 1028 citations issued for not wearing seat belts and 436 citations for using mobile phones

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: In a recent campaign covering Hawalli, Farwaniya and Capital governorates, officers from the General Traffic Department issued 1,464 citations for various traffic violations. The operation conducted upon directives from the Undersecretary of Interior Ministry Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad resulted in the issuance of 1028 citations against …

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