Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) was making all-out efforts to reduce road accidents rate in the Federal Capital by educating motorists about lane disciple and other traffic rules, said its spokesman on Sunday.
In a news release, he said the campaign, recently launched by the ITP to check lane violation, was in full swing and road users were being educated about traffic rules. He said the main objective of the road safety campaign was to ensure safety.
The spokesman said special squads to control lane violation on various roads of the capital city was formed by Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Syed Karrar Hussain in line with directions of Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil ul Rehman.
He said the squads remained present on all important roads including Islamabad Expressway, Sirnagar highway to educate road users about traffic rules.
Pamphlets and leaflets were being distributed among citizens while teams of education wing headed by SSP (Traffic) Syed Karrar Hussain were sensitizing motorists about traffic rules on regular basis, he added.