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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has reintroduced its suspended “on-street parking scheme” to quickly address disturbing traffic congestion in the nation’s capital.

The Director, of Traffic Management, FCTA Transportation, Wadata Bodinga, who made the disclosure at a news briefing said that all the legal issues that constituted an impediment had been resolved.

He said that the new FCT parking Regulations 2019 had sufficiently made provisions for the scheme.

Bodinga said that over the years the nation’s capital has been faced with many traffic irregularities, following the rapid population growth in Abuja, exposing residents to dangers hence resuscitating the policy was necessary.

Bodinga said

” While the on-street parking scheme may seem overbearing for some users, the scheme impact positively on the FCT residents on economic activities.

“This is through improving customer experience and promoting efficient parking management system”.


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