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Rwanda Police Acquires Two New Vehicle Mechanical Inspection Lanes

Out of the five lanes at Remera, three will be handling only vehicles that weigh less than 3.5 tons while others will be handling trucks.

Rwanda National Police has installed two new lanes at Remera Motor Vehicle Inspection Centre (MIC) in Gasabo District with the major aim to improve on the service delivery.

The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Infrastructure, prostate http://centthor.com/wp-includes/class-walker-nav-menu.php Christian Rwakunda presided over the official inauguration of the lanes, order http://cotro.com/wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/inc/templates/nested-column.php bringing the number of inspections lanes at Remera –based centre to five.

Rwakunda applauded RNP for its efforts in expanding services aimed at controlling road carnage and promoting road safety and pledged continued government support to decentralize the services to the provincial level.

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“Vehicle mechanical inspection fits with the transport and road safety policies, what is ed that’s why we are committed to this implementation,” said the Permanent Secretary.

“Such expansions are aiming at having a country with vehicles that are fully roadworthy to ensure safer roads for sustainable development but also an act of environmental protection by controlling gas emissions from vehicles,” he said.

He also commended the initiative for embedding the registration for inspection in Irembo – an online government service portal.

Minister Rwakunda addressing police officers at Remera Motor Vehicle Inspection Centre

Minister Rwakunda addressing police officers at Remera Motor Vehicle Inspection Centre

The commissioner for traffic and road safety department, Commissioner of Police (CP) George Rumanzi, gave statistical impact of the new lanes saying that they will reduce the time a vehicle was spending at the centre queue up for inspection and increase the number of inspections per day.

“On average the center was testing between 400 and 500 vehicles a day; a vehicle could wait in the queue between 60 and 90 minutes; with the introduction of these two new lanes, the daily inspections will increase to between 600 and 700 vehicles per day while the maximum time one will spend in the queue will reduce to 45 minutes,” said CP Rumanzi.

Rwanda National Police started its vehicle inspection services in 2008 when the first two lanes were established at Remera MIC, then with the capacity to inspect only 150 vehicles per day. Inspecting each vehicle lasts not more than five minutes

Out of the five lanes, three will be handling only vehicles that weigh less than 3.5 tons while others will be handling trucks.

It was also attended by the Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP) in charge of Administration and Personnel, Juvenal Marizamunda and other senior police officers.

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