Tue, 19 Feb 2019, 10:34 AM
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Topic: JPJ

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A total of 32,725 summons was issued by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) during Ops TBC held from 29 January to 12 February.
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Motorcycle riders trying to evade police and JPJ road blocks has become a common place thing.
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Said to be the car that will show Tesla how electric vehicles (EVs) are supposed to be, the all-electric Porsche Taycan (pronounced as tie-khan) is set to go on sale in Malaysia sometime in 2020.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) handed out 475 fines to motorcyclists in an operation between 8pm last night and 1am this morning at the Jalan Duta Toll Plaza, city-bound.
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PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan has been urged to get rid of Automated Enforcement System (AES) cameras after a PH minister defended why leaders like himself have stopped criticising the use of such ca...
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FOR years, the police, Road Transport Department (JPJ) and local councils had been giving out huge discounts, yet there are still millions of traffic summonses and compounds unpaid.
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Following the transport ministry’s recent call for the ending of discounts for unpaid JPJ summonses, the police say that it has not made a decision to abolish discounts on police-issued traffic summ...
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Pakatan Harapan leaders protested against the traffic Automated Enforcement System (AES) for the road traffic only because it was privatised by the previous administration, Khalid Abdul Samad said.
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Ever been in a situation where irresponsible motorists were committing traffic offences right before your eyes and just got away with it?
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Following transport minister Anthony Loke’s call for the ending of discounts for unpaid JPJ summonses, Bukit Aman has come out to say that if such a discount scheme was not applied, the police would...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Transport Minister Loke Siew Fook will hold a meeting with the police after the Chinese New Year celebrations to find a solution to the issue of giving discounts for traffic summonses.
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PUCHONG: The police together with the Road Transport Depart­ment (JPJ) and Community Policing Malaysia took time to distribute oranges and pamphlets to motorists in conjunction with Chinese New Year.
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Police together with the Road Transport Department and Community Policing Malaysia took time to distribute oranges and pamphlets to motorists in conjunction with Chinese New Year on Thursday.
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PUTRAJAYA: Traffic police who report they can only collect 30% of the millions of summonses.
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SEPANG: The Transport Ministry will speak to police and local authorities about doing away with discounts on traffic summonses, said its minister Anthony Loke.
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SEPANG: The Transport Ministry will hold talks with the police and local authorities to stop offering discounts on traffic summonses, says its Minister Anthony Loke.
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PETALING JAYA: If you drive slowly on the right lane or sit behind the wheel of a lorry or van for more than eight hours, chances are you will not be issued a summons.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Heavy vehicles (7,500kg and above) including container and timber lorries will be banned from using all roads during the Chinese New Year celebration early next month.
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Malaysians will soon be able to access a slew of government services online via a new integrated platform, MyPay.
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Dealing with various government departments can be a chore but there’s a new portal called MyPay that aims to make things easier.
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Recently, there have been significant amount of incidences surrounding e-hailing services specifically in Penang International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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NILAI: A college student who flunked his driving test for the third time has been detained after he threatened a Road Transport Dep­artment (JPJ) examiner with a knife for failing him.
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NILAI - An 18-year-old college student who failed his driving test for the third time has been detained after he used a knife to threaten the Road Transport Department (JPJ) tester who failed him.
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JOHOR BAHRU: The Tyre Retreading Manufacturers Association of Malaysia has described as unfair the statement by the works ministry that the use of retreaded tyres contributed to over 10,000 road accid...
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JOHOR BARU : The Tyre Retreading Manufacturers Association of Malaysia (TRMAM) has described as unfair the statement by the Works Ministry that the use of retreaded tyres contributed to over 10,000 ro...
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JOHOR BARU, Jan 8 — The Tyre Retreading Manufacturers Association of Malaysia (TRMAM) has described as unfair the statement by the Works Ministry that the use of retreaded tyres contributed to over ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — As we enter the dawn of a new year, it’s a good time to review your credit cards and see if they are still beneficial for you.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 7 — Transport Minister Anthony Loke clarified that his visit today to Cameron Highlands was arranged before the by-election there was announced.
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PUTRAJAYA: All 961 former staff of the Land Public Transport Commis­sion (SPAD) have been compensated a minimum of three months’ wages, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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PUTRAJAYA (Jan 4): All licensing services under the Land Public Transport Act 2010 (Act 715) will start operation on Monday, said the Transport Ministry today.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 4): Drivers providing e-hailing services are prohibited from waiting or scouting for passengers offline at any given place, including airports, said the Road Transport Department (JP...
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PUTRAJAYA: All 961 former staff of the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) have been compensated a minimum of three months' wages, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Drivers in the e-hailing service business are prohibited from waiting or looking for passengers while plying their trade at all places including airports, the Road Transport Department (JPJ) said.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 3): Drivers providing e-hailing services are prohibited from waiting or scouting for passengers offline at any given place, including airports, said the Road Transport Department (JP...
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s Grab and e-hailing drivers may be less likely to pick up passengers from the Penang International Airport after the Road Transport Department (JPJ) issued summons to one of its...