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August 7, 2022

Romanian Police fined 4,000 pedestrians and 800 drivers in three days

More than 4,616 pedestrians were fined on street crossing against the rules and 844 drivers were left without their driving licenses for having failed to grant passing priority to pedestrians, according to the Romanian Police, Mediafax informs.
Thus, during August 9–11, under the direct coordination of Road Traffic Directorate – General Inspectorate of Romanian Police, more than 2400 traffic police officers deployed actions on preventing serious traffic accidents mainly those triggered by failures in granting priority to pedestrians already starting crossing through adequately marked and signaled places or those triggered by incorrect street crossing. During the action, police officers applied 9,096 infringement sanctions for various deviations as against the normal traffic rules.

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