The Honiara City Council’s (HCC) Law Enforcement Division says it will collaborate with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development once its Road Transport Ordinance 2015 is passed.
Chair of the Law Enforcement Division, Charles Aiwosuga said once the Ordinance is passed, his office will work together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development and the Police Traffic Unit.
He says the collaboration between HCC’s stakeholders is to enable them to monitor owners and drivers of any transport services.
Mr. Aiwosuga adds the new Road Transport Ordinance will also empower HCC Enforcement Officers to charge any vehicle breaching the Ordinance.
“This ordinance will also empower the Council’s enforcers to stop, control, diverting, inspect and detain a motor vehicle that operates without a council license or a valid license displayed on its front screen.”