NHMP taking steps to reduce dependency on human intervention

Zubair Qureshi

National Highway & Motorway Police is undertaking a number of initiatives that will not only reduce dependency on human intervention but will also use technologies like variable messaging signs, body-worn cameras, and intuitive automations that streamline processes for commuters.

Inspector General National Highways and Motorway Police Khalid Mahmood was briefed about these new initiatives during a field visit to (M-2) North toll plaza and (M-1) facilitation centre.

During the visit, IG NHMP was received by Additional Inspector General Muhammad Zubair Hashmi and Deputy Inspector General (M-2) North Mazhar-ul-Haq Kakakhel.

He was briefed about recent developments on (M-2) North and also distributed prizes to employees of NHMP, NHA, and FWO. Additionally, awards were also distributed to drivers of public service vehicles with the best track record.

IG NHMP addressed officials including sector and zonal commanders and highlighted the importance of motorways and challenges in facilitation of commuters amidst an increasing traffic volume.

He shared that in the next era for the organization there will be a renewed focus on welfare of all employees, implementation of intelligent systems that employ technological innovations, and enhancement of presence and effectiveness.


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