Friday, 22nd February, 2019

Police to launch app aimed at making night buses safer

In a bid to make night buses that come in and out of the Valley safer, Nepal Police is launching an application, on Sunday, that will check if drivers are being changed during the course of the journey so as to ensure the buses are being driven by alert, attentive drivers.

Traffic police have long been complaining that they are finding it increasingly tough to keep tabs on drivers. To put their concerns to rest, the ‘Driving Check Mobile App’ has been developed by the programmers of the Communication Directorate at the Nepal Police headquarters to make checking easier for officials stationed at different intervals.


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