The Road Transport Department (JPJ) is offering a 70% discount on traffic summonses for two months including for cases that are still blacklisted beginning April 13.
Transport Minister Wee Ka Siong said the discount, which is being offered in conjunction with JPJ’s 75th anniversary, involves 3.5 million active summonses identified from 2010 to March this year.
The discounted payments can be made at any JPJ office or online through the department’s official portal
“I encourage the public to pay their summonses online to avoid congestion at JPJ offices,” Wee told reporters after the department’s 75th Platinum Jubilee celebration in Putrajaya today.
Wee said JPJ had also introduced JPJeQ, an online waiting queue system, to avoid the 3C’s (crowded, confined and close spaces) at all JPJ premises and counters.
“The mobile application will allow customers to choose the JPJ branches which are less crowded and use QR codes to get the waiting number. It is a friendly app for people with disabilities and senior citizens,” he added.
JPJ also launched a special “FD” vehicle registration plate for Putrajaya which can be bid for through the online vehicle registration number bidding system or JPJeBid beginning today.
Bidding will close at 10pm on April 16, with the results to be announced the next day.