Oudtshoorn, 14 March 2017 – Oudtshoorn Municipality’s traffic department has started an awareness campaign that will focus on service delivery to the community. The municipality wants to ensure visibility of traffic officers and enforcement of the law in and around town.
“This campaign would force the public to obey the traffic rules, obey the speed limits and follow the road and safety regulations,” said the Executive Mayor, Colan Sylvester. He added, “Traffic officers will therefore undertake general traffic and road management tasks to make sure that the public adhere to these rules and regulations. Illegal operators vehicles will be impounded and heavy fines will be paid before releasing your vehicle.”
“Sporadic operations/road block by Municipal traffic officer and also in some instances in collaboration with Provincial Traffic and the South African Police Services will be conducted.”
Mayor Sylvester additionally urged the public to follow the traffic regulations listed below:
The traffic department wants to do a service to the community and encourage community to come up with recommendations to better the services by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgLast published 15 March 2017