Smooth traffic flow on first day of school

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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 17: With the start of the new academic year and the implementation of flexible working hours, the streets and roads witnessed a smooth flow of traffic yesterday morning. However, Shadadiyah University and some entrances to Sabah Al-Salem area witnessed congestion. The General Traffic Department worked on facilitating traffic outside all schools. Security leaders, security and traffic officers, non-commissioned officers, and individuals from the Public Security, Traffic, and Rescue sectors were deployed in front of the schools under the supervision of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Anwar Al-Barjas, the Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security, Operations, and Traffic Affairs Major General Abdullah Al-Rajaib, and the Director General of Traffic Department Major General Yousef Al-Khadda. Lieutenant General Al-Barjas visited the Central Control Room and the Operations Room of the General Traffic Department in South Sabahiya area in order to monitor the traffic movement due to the start of the new school year in the country.

He inspected the efforts of the Ministry of Interior’s agencies in preparing to welcome the new academic year and follow up on the implementation of comprehensive security and traffic measures. To the officers of the traffic, public security, and operations sectors present on the roads and in front of the schools, Lieutenant General Al-Barjas said, “I advise you to protect your brothers and your families and ensure their return safe and sound … God bless everyone.”

He listened to a briefing on the functioning of the Central Control System, the monitoring of traffic signals via the Central Control Room, the traffic monitoring system via surveillance cameras, and the traffic counting system of the traffic volume on roads and intersections. Lieutenant General Al- Barjas supervised the launch of 300 traffic motorbikes to contribute to monitoring the movement on the roads and access to some crowded places that are difficult for patrol vehicles to reach. By Munaif Naif Al-Seyassah Staff

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