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  • Northern Cape welcomes AARTO Service Outlet in Kimberly

    The Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA), in partnership with Northern Cape Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison and Sol Plaatje Municipality informs the motorists and general public on the opening of the first AARTO Service Outlet in the Northern Cape. The AARTO Service Outlet is stationed at Kimberly Traffic Department, 1721 Industrial Street.

    The two-fold event will start with the opening of the AARTO Service Outlet at the Kimberly Traffic Department alongside with Know Your Traffic Fine Status Campaign at Craven Street Taxi Rank on 22 September 2021. All motorists are encouraged to visit the outlet. On 23 September, the RTIA with Interfaith communities will conduct a Hotspot Prayer. The AARTO community activation programme will end with a AARTO Friday Campaign. The RTIA has adopted the AARTO Friday campaign to take AARTO services closer to the road user community.

    During this build-up period to Phase Two of the AARTO National Rollout, the RTIA calls upon motorists to take advantage of the AARTO Service Outlets in their areas. In an effort to provide quality service to the motorists, the RTIA has deployed well trained operators who understand how to render total solutions to all the AARTO related inquiries. No cash payments are taken at the AARTO Service Outlets. However, all the information on where payments can be made is available at the service points. In future only card payments will be made at the AARTO Service Outlets.

    The road users will be assisted to check their AARTO infringement status, and also advised on how to resolve their AARTO infringements by selecting from the available legislated elective options. The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (AARTO) will enhance law enforcement in municipalities by introducing a standard, equitable and fair traffic contravention system.

    Journalists who will be attending the opening of AARTO Service Outlet or AARTO Friday should confirm attendance with Emmanuel Tshehla 060 586 0877 or email:Emmanuel.Tshehla@rtia.co.za or Rennie Andrias Head Communications: Department Transport Safety and Liaison 060 972 6205 or email rennie1511@gmail.com

    Journalists requesting telephonic interviews are requested to arrange with Emmanuel Tshehla on 065 586 0877 or email Emmanuel.Tshehla@rtia.co.za

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    Enquiries: Mr. Monde Mkalipi
    0833055212 or email Monde. Mkalipi@rtia.co.za
    ISSUED BY: ROAD TRAFFIC INFRINGEMENT AGENCY

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