RFID system to be installed in licensed vehicles to spot illegal cars

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) will be fixed in licensed vehicles next month to control illegal vehicles which are currently being operated in the Yangon region, it is learnt.
The RFID chips will be affixed in licensed vehicles with the arrangement of Public–Private Partnership (PPP) in cooperation with Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC).
The RFID chips are being installed with an aim to reducing traffic congestion and car accidents, taking action against the vehicles that are involved in the commission of crimes and cars fleeing from the scène of accident.
Authorities issue vehicle licenses yearly in Myanmar. Authorities have already issued a Yangon license to 1,003,588 vehicles and 5,122,701 motorbikes.
The National Road Safety Council (NRSC) is rendering supervision to prevent the outbreak of the vehicle accidents. Currently, the ministry of transport and communications is systematically managing licensed vehicles and implementing the RFID system across the country to take action against unlicensed vehicles.—Min Thu

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