Traffic warden pilot project in Dar es Salaam

A traffic warden pilot scheme was launched by the municipal council in the Ilala district of Dar es Salaam on 31 March.

Located south-east of the centre, Ilala is home to much of the city’s financial and state buildings.

Speaking at the introduction of the 39 traffic wardens, the Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner (RC) Said Meck Sadiki ordered the immediate registration of all the city’s tricycles in order to distinguish between commercial and private vehicles.

Sadiki also ordered that petty traders cease using Dar es Salaam service roads and bus stations to sell their goods.

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