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Thousands Of Cars Stuck At Bali Port Due To Rally Against Current Traffic Regulations

Thousands of vehicles have been stuck at Gilimanuk Port due to a rally against the current traffic regulations. “People were stuck. They couldn’t get in or out of the island due to the closure,” Sastrawan said on Monday. The rally was initiated by truck drivers, as many of them were unhappy with the traffic policy …

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New Bali Traffic Policy Includes Imprisonment For Parking Cars On Side Roads

Authorities from the Badung police department have stated that people might face imprisonment for illegally parking their cars on the side of public roads. The Head of the Badung Traffic Police Office, AKP Aan Saputra, confirmed that authorities would be more decisive in handling traffic violations in 2022. This is part of their effort to …

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Alleged Drunk Expat Drives Against Bali Traffic Causing Chaos

An alleged drunk expat was caught driving against the flow of traffic in Denpasar, which caused chaos in traffic on Sunday morning (24/10). A video of an expat who allegedly drove his car under the influence on Jalan Thamrin-Hassanudin, Denpasar went viral on social media and received negative reactions from the Bali community. The incident …

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Government To Implement Number Policy For Bali’s Traffic System

    The Bali provincial government has planned to implement an even and odd number policy for Bali’s traffic system.  The Head of the Bali Police Department, Irjen Putu Jaya Danu Putra confirmed that the new traffic regulation will potentially start to be implemented by the 25th of September 2021. “We’re still waiting for the Bali Governor’s …

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Bali Police Install Devices At Lights To Catch Traffic Violators

Bali Police Department has begun installing electronic devices as part of the preparation stage of the Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement (ETLE) in Denpasar. This new system will automatically capture traffic violations such as speeding, expired registration, riding two-wheelers without a helmet, driving without a seatbelt on, red lights, distracted driving, and more. The Director of …

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