Strategic Discussions on Traffic Management on flexible working hours

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KUWAIT CITY, Nov 10:  Lieutenant General Anwar Al-Barjas, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior and Chairman of the Supreme Traffic Council, presided over the eighteenth Supreme Traffic Council meeting. The meeting was attended by key figures such as Eid Al-Rashidi, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Works; Dr. Salman Al-Lafi, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education; Dr. Engineer Nasser Muhaisen, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Information; Eng. Khaled Al-Osaimi, Director of the General Authority for Roads and Land Transport; Brigadier General Khaled Mahmoud, Deputy Director General of the General Traffic Department; Dr. Fahd Al-Rukaibi, Director of the Center for Transport and Traffic Safety at Kuwait University; and Brigadier General Salem Al-Ajmi, the Secretary of the Council, reports Al-Jarida daily.

During the meeting, Al-Barjas emphasized the imperative to exert continuous efforts in seeking solutions to both present and future traffic challenges. Ensuring the safety of road users and streamlining vehicle movement were highlighted as key objectives. Al-Barjas stressed the importance of collaborative endeavors to develop both practical and scientific solutions for addressing traffic-related issues.

The Council delved into various aspects of traffic and regulations. Discussions included the perspectives of government agencies and an assessment of the Civil Service Commission’s experience in implementing flexible working hours for employees of governmental entities. The effectiveness of these measures in achieving smooth traffic flow was a focal point.

Among the agenda items was a visual presentation submitted by the Council’s secretariat regarding a proposal to develop dedicated bicycle paths. The meeting also featured presentations from the Council Secretary on the reports submitted by the Council’s committees, namely the Committee for Reviewing the Executive Regulations of the Traffic Law and the Traffic Awareness Campaign Committee. The latter includes representatives from the Ministries of Interior and Information.

In conclusion, Al-Barjas underscored the significance of collective efforts in devising practical and scientific solutions to address traffic challenges. He indicated that the outcomes of the studies and proposals discussed, along with the recommendations and decisions reached, would be presented to the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior.

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