The Jakarta Post
Ninety-three violations were recorded on the fourth day of the trial of the electronic-based ticketing system, dubbed Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE), on Thursday, director of the traffic division of the Jakarta Police Sr. Comr. Yusuf said.
The number was down from the previous day when the Police recorded 104 violations, Yusuf said as reported by tempo.co.
The violators comprise 46 private vehicles, 14 public transportation vehicles, four government-owned vehicles, two police or Military vehicles and eight vehicles from outside Jakarta Police’s jurisdiction, according to the compiled data.
The E-TLE trial has run since Monday along the Jakarta thoroughfares of Jl. MH Thamrin and Jl. Jenderal Sudirman.
Hidden cameras are utilized to record violators, Yusuf said. A team from Jakarta Police will then analyze the footage and match them to the database of Jakarta vehicle owners.
Tickets will be sent to violators’ addresses as stated on their vehicle registration certificate (STNK). Information on the time, place, type and photo of the violation will be attached to the ticket.
Violators should send a confirmation letter to the Jakarta Police within 10 days. They have seven days to pay the fine otherwise the vehicle STNK will be blocked.
“Thus, the time [to pay the fine] is 10 plus seven days,” Yusuf said.
After paying the fine, violators are also required to attend a hearing 14 days after the confirmation. (gis)