An illegal truck is punished on Beijing-Chengde Expressway in Beijing, Sept. 12, 2017. [Photo by Zha Tiantian/Qianlong]
The Yayuncun brigade of Chaoyang District traffic police detachment made an inspection of trucks on Beijing-Chengde Expressway to crack down on traffic violations at 22:00 on September 12, 2017.
“This truck doesn’t have a Beijing entry permission, the body is too long, and it has different license plate numbers in front and back,” Ao Xiang, a policeman from the Yayuncun brigade, said. He introduced that all non-local trucks are banned from entering the Sixth Ring Road of Beijing, except those running on green channels, and plate-sheltered, overloaded or over length trucks will also be punished.
It was calculated that a dozen illegal trucks were given onsite penalties during the one hour from 22:00 to 23:00.
“The number of illegal trucks has decreased significantly from one month ago,” Ao said. He said the Yayuncun brigade had set up 24-hour inspection stations on the Beijing-Chengde Expressway.
In order to strictly control the number of illegal freight vehicles on the road and effectively prevent the air pollution caused by the excessive emissions of trucks and major traffic accidents, Beijing’s traffic department has begun a special citywide campaign to crack down on seven serious traffic violations of freight motor vehicles from August 11. As of 0:00 on September 10, more than 90,000 trucks have been punished on site in the past one month in Beijing.
An illegal truck is seen on Beijing-Chengde Expressway in Beijing, Sept. 12, 2017. [Photo by Zha Tiantian/Qianlong]
An illegal truck owner is punished on Beijing-Chengde Expressway in Beijing, Sept. 12, 2017. [Photo by Zha Tiantian/Qianlong]