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Police crack down on traffic offenders

Updated : 2014-10-20

By Pan Qi ( chinadaily.com.cn )

The traffic administration has been cracking down on traffic offenses in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province, as the city is stepping up efforts to become a national civilized city.

The police are detecting driver misconduct with video surveillance systems in traffic command centers, by using HD cameras in police cars or by patrolling the street. A total of 132 taxi drivers have received parking tickets in Oct 16.

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Police in the command center find a taxi driver parked illegally using a video monitor and call the nearest officer to issue a parking ticket. [Photo/my399.com]

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The police car captures a vehicle change lanes three times without turning its lights on within several hundred miles. [Photo/my399.com]

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Police detect traffic offenses on the road. [Photo/my399.com]

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