Director General of the Traffic Department, Brigadier Mohammed Saad Al Kharji announced the launch of new radars made in Qatar at the opening of the 33rd GCC Traffic Week at Darb El Saai recently. He said the new radars will be installed on Qatar roads soon to monitor traffic violations and help improve road safety.
Brig Kharji explained that the new speed radar has been developed locally, in cooperation with private companies using advanced technology and conforming to international standards. These radars will be put on trial for one year to evaluate its performance.
Major Zakia Bint Al Sennawi head of the Omani delegation appreciated the effective contribution of public and private sectors in organising the traffic week celebrations. Captain Bader Al Mutairy from Kuwait said the preparations for the Traffic Week celebrations in Doha was impressive. He said every corner has a unique impact and gives new contribution to the campaign. The directors of several government departments also lauded the great developments that the traffic week celebration in Qatar has been witnessing throughout the past years. The traffic week celebration included several activities around Doha, including events for kids at the traffic village and at Souq Waqif.
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