Valenzuela City, tech firm ink joint venture agreement
To fund the medical expenses of dialysis patients in Valenzuela, the city government has entered a joint venture agreement with a traffic systems company for the No Contact Apprehension Program, officials announced Wednesday.
The city government signed the agreement with QPax Traffic Systems Inc. for the development, management, and operations of the NCAP in Valenzuela.
According to the city government, the first phase of the NCAP will be carried out in July.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority defines NCAP as a policy that utilizes closed-circuit television, digital cameras, and other technology to capture images and videos of motorists violating traffic laws.
Motorists caught violating traffic rules will be sent traffic citation tickets specifying the date, time, place, and violation committed. Violators will then be fined.
The equipment for the program will be installed on the city’s busiest interactions, the city government said.
QPax Traffic Systems Inc. provided CCTVs in another city last year.
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