Fines of over 825,000 lei for drivers who stopped and parked illegally in Bucharest

Since the beginning of the year, the Local Police of Bucharest has imposed over 3,200 fines on drivers who stopped and parked illegally. In total, fines were imposed, the total value of which amounts to over 825,000 lei.

In which areas of the Capital did the police act?

The General Directorate of Local Police and Control of the Municipality of Bucharest (DGPLCMB) fined 3,256 drivers who stopped or parked illegally. The agents applied the fines on some of the busiest arteries of the Capital.

The amount of the contravention sanctions applied for the violation of the traffic rules regarding stops and parking amounts to 825,848 lei.

The local police officers within DGPLCMB carry out specific actions on important arteries in Bucharest. These include Piata Eroii Revoluției, Splaiul Independenței, Șos. Pantelimon, B-dul Dimitrie Pompeiu, Șos. Colentina, str. Doamna Ghica or B-dul Ion Mihalache.

These areas were chosen because there are traffic jams due to undisciplined drivers. In the last week, on these arteries, the Bucharest Local Police agents detected and sanctioned 193 drivers. They left their cars fixed in the area of ​​action of the “Stop / No Parking” signs. The value of the fines applied was over 44,500 lei.

The actions of the local police are aimed at undisciplined drivers who stop or stop illegally on the runway of STB buses. Also targeted are drivers who park in public transport stations, on pedestrian crossings or in curves.

This hinders traffic, increases the risk of accidents and creates discomfort for road users. At the same time, the arrival schedule of STB vehicles is disrupted.

DGPLCMB continues the series of actions to discourage road indiscipline and to make drivers responsible for adopting a civilized behavior in traffic.


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