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GPS to be setup Public Vehicles in Nepal - Reviews

25th July 2021
"In the first phase, GPS is being installed in the vehicles of Pokhara, which is the first priority of the tourist destination, keeping in mind the security."

The World Bank is all set to support Nepal to install GPS in all public vehicles plying across the country. 

According to the Director at DoTM Gokarna Prasad Upadhyaya, the procedure for forming the modality of the project started with the approval of the World Bank. "We will appoint the consultant, once they finalize all the modalities, additional procedures will begin, We have a plan to install the GPS in all public vehicles in Kathmandu within this fiscal year,” said Upadhyaya.

GPS is connected to make public transport more systemic. The Department has stated that the public transport management system will be linked through the GPS tracking system. The department claims that the GPS connection will assist the traffic police in monitoring vehicles, receiving speed data, and regulating public transport distortions.

Loknath Bhusal, information officer of the department, said that "Work is underway to connect GPS. In the first phase, we are preparing to install GPS in the public transport running on the Kathmandu-Pokhara section".

GPS will be connected especially in long-distance transport, after long-distance connections, it will be connected even in short-distance transport. He added that there is a plan to connect GPS in every public and private vehicle after that.

Following the installation of the GPS, it would be convenient for the traffic police to track the vehicles, for instance - which vehicles have stopped for how long and which route they are going to take. Also, GPS connection would aid in controlling criminal activities. 
 

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Nepal Government to address public transport sector’s concern: PM Oli

24th July 2021
"Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government will take practical initiatives to resolve the problems of public transport sector facing in the country due to COVID-19 pandemic."

Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government will take practical initiatives to resolve the problems of public transport sector facing in the country due to COVID-19 pandemic. Talking to a delegation of the transport entrepreneurs and workers at his official residence Baluwatar today, PM Oli said that the State should address the genuine concerns of all sectors caused by pandemic. Therefore, it would address the problem of public transport sector as per the State’s capacity. “The coronavirus outbreak affected all sectors causing difficulty in daily activities of people, slowing developmental projects and service sectors and denting national economy. All sides' expectation of support from government was therefore usual,” PM said. The delegation having National Transport Entrepreneurs Association Chair Yogendra Karmacharya and General Secretary Saroj Sitaula, among others put forth their demands to the PM on the occasion.

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Traffic Rule Violators Can Pay Fine Through Online System - Reviews

21st July 2021
"Esewa to facilitate digital payment of penalty amount for violating traffic rules; people no longer need to loiter around police stations and banks as punishment."

From smartphone top-ups to airline tickets, paying insurance premiums, all sorts of online payment systems have been available in eSewa and are still counting in.

Recently, the Inland Revenue Office's online payment service was launched in eSewa, a admirable effort to bring government payment services under the shade of digital payment systems. eSewa has launched a new service where you can pay traffic fines online, continuing its persistent effort to add value to its clients. The facility to pay for traffic has now also been introduced by eSewa.

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Traffic Rule Violators Can Pay Fine Through Online System

 
The Metropolitan Police Traffic Division has begun to collect a fine through an online payment system from traffic law violators.

The MTPD inaugurated the new online payment system, “An integrated system has been developed between the Traffic Division Violation Record System, Revenue Management Information System, and payment systems. Through the system, the fine amount is deducted from the bank account of the traffic rule violators,” said Senior Superintendent of Police Janak Bhattarai, chief of the MTPD.

“The newly-introduced system will help in reducing big crowds in traffic offices. Once the fine amount is paid, rule violators should come to the traffic police office to collect their documents,” said Bhattarai, adding that the rule violators do not have to queue up at banks to pay the fine amount now onwards.

Traffic Rule Violators Can Pay Fine Through Online System

 

Violators of the traffic law can pay the fine via eSewa. “The Division is also initiating talks with other digital service providers to introduce ‘Traffic Police Fine Payment’ option in their platforms,” he said.

The option of 'Traffic Police Fine Payment' can be found in Esewa and IPS Connect, through which violators can pay the fine amount.

“Violators have to log in to their Esewa or IPS Connect account, and should enter the number of the slip provided by traffic police. After paying the amount, they can visit the respective traffic police office to collect their documents,” said Superintendent of Police Shyam Krishna Adhikari, spokesperson for the division.
 

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