Quezon City will be the latest to use CCTVs in implementing traffic rules as they start their No Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP) on July 1, 2022.
Like the cities of Manila, Valenzuela, and Paranaque, QC has a 24/7 command center controlling hundreds of high-resolution CCTVs that are scattered across its jurisdiction. Through these CCTVs, traffic violators will be video recorded, and photographed and their plate numbers tagged for the corresponding traffic violation.
A summon will be sent to the registered owner and instructions on how to settle the fine/s will also be included.
According to the Quezon City government, the CCTVs are located along Quirino HWY, Zabarte RD, Tandang Sora, E. Rodriguez, Tomas Morato, Gilmore, Hemady, Aurora Ave., Broadway, 20th St., West Ave., Baler, East Ave., Kamias Rd, Kalayaan Ave., P. Tuazon, 13th St., and 15th St.
To check if your vehicle or motorcycle has a violation, go to the Quezon City no contact apprehension website and enter the required information. For more information, you can also visit QC’s official NCAP social media page.