Increasing effective traffic enforcement

Crisis statement: Most traffic violations in Cairo – such as speeding, driving in the wrong lane – go without penalty or warning. Traffic enforcement officers have very few ways of reporting and keeping track of violations. If violations continue to go unpenalized, driving behavior on the roads of Cairo will likely be hard to change. Therefore there is a need to equip traffic enforcement officers with new ways and new tools to help them with (i) instant reporting of traffic violations; and (ii) instant notification to violator of penalty fees or warning. Immediate notification will increase the chance of behavior change of the driver in violation. In addition, linking data such as traffic violation type, penalty fee range, violator/driver information, traffic enforcement officer – will help digitize record keeping and improve effective traffic enforcement.

Existing tools:

Dubai – http://www.vipera.com/news/archive/articles/news-0003.html

Dubai – http://www.datastripsystems.com/applicationsheets/Traffic%20Violation%20Ticketing.pdf

India – http://indiagovernance.gov.in/files/Third%20Eye_final_1.pdf

India – http://www.medianama.com/2011/08/223-gurgaon-traffic-police-launches-mobile-based-traffic-management-system-with-nokia/

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