FRSC Deploys 200 Mobile Courts to Enforce Traffic Laws During Easter Celebration

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In preparation for the Easter special patrol operations nationwide, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has announced the establishment of over 200 mobile courts to prosecute traffic violators.

According to Jonas Agwu, the Public Education Officer of the corps, this initiative aims to ensure a safe and seamless Easter celebration in 2024.

Corps Marshal Dauda Biu emphasized the importance of maximum staff deployment for increased visibility and prompt removal of obstructions on highways across the country. These measures align with the operational guidelines of the special patrol scheduled from March 29 to April 2.

The primary objectives of the Easter special operations include reducing road traffic crashes, fatalities, and injuries, as well as providing prompt assistance to crash victims.

Aggressive enforcement measures will be implemented during the patrol, including the operation of mobile courts to address various traffic offenses such as speeding, dangerous driving, lane indiscipline, road obstructions, phone use while driving, and overloading.

In addition to the mobile courts, the FRSC has deployed 743 patrol vehicles, 184 administrative vehicles, and 92 ambulances across the country to ensure effective monitoring and response during the Easter special patrol.

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