NEWS SOCIETY GIST TECH LAGOS STATE UNVEILS TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN DEVICE, TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SOLUTION By Admin Posted on July 8, 2021 3 min read 0 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin By Aishat Momoh. O. The Lagos State Government unveiled the Traffic Management Solution (TMS), a technology-driven gadget intended at enforcing traffic laws in the state, on Wednesday. The introduction of the handheld device, which allows for real-time capture of pictures and video evidence of road traffic and vehicle compliance violations as they occur, according to the Lagos State Government, will ease traffic gridlock and put to rest controversies surrounding law enforcement agents’ and traffic violators’ operations. The device, which will be used by both the Lagos Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) and the Vehicle Inspection Service (VIS) in their operations, is linked to the control room, according to Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde, who spoke at a press conference held at Alausa, Ikeja on Wednesday to announce the introduction of the Traffic Management Solution (TMS). According to him, an offender can use the gadget to go to a Traffic Court and present the Infraction Number for the violation he or she wants to contest. NElectronic verification of the authenticity of driver’s licenses, vehicle licenses, and number plates, which will go a long way toward fulfilling the goal of catching motorists with false licenses and plates. Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Governor of Lagos State, has stated that his goal is to modernize operations and simplify enforcement by eliminating situations that create bottlenecks and produce counterproductive outcomes on the roadways. As a result, Oladeinde urged Lagosians, to support the Sanwo-Olu administration’s efforts to address the issue of traffic management and transportation, which is the first pillar of the existing government’s THEMES development program. “This innovation will coordinate with traffic management structure on traffic law violations and compliance inspections, in keeping with the state’s Smart City status,” he said.