traffic warden


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traffic warden

Brit a person who is appointed to supervise road traffic and report traffic offences
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On the occasion, DIG Babakhel handed over the keys of motorbikes to the traffic wardens.
I watched as the traffic warden stood on the adjacent pavement as he recorded the details of this breach.
Motorists and motorcyclists in the provincial capital have stressed the need for modern and better training for traffic wardens to modify their attitude in dealing with people and polish their skills to manage the traffic in an effective way.
A few days back, Ali insulted and tortured traffic warden Abdul Ghafoor on Sher Shah Suri Road in Peshawar.
Mareena Khan, a motorist said that female is more capable to work as a traffic warden, adding that initially may be they face some challenges but after sometime people have to accept and appreciate their efficiency.
The sacrifice of traffic warden Sareer Khan is another feather of pride for KP Police, a force which has sacrificed its numerous jawans and officers for the safety and protection of the public.
A STORMONT official had to negotiate to get a threat against traffic wardens lifted, it has emerged.
"If a traffic warden comes in with only three fines while he's been out for several hours it means that he did not do his job properly," said the head of Larnaca municipality's traffic department, Achilelas Limistiras.
TRAFFIC wardens in Coventry have been spat at, punched and even pushed in front of cars, we can reveal.
The basic salary for soldiers is pounds 12,572 and, according to one newspaper, a traffic warden's basic wage is pounds 17,000.
I AM also in total agreement with JC of Spital Tongues and SB of Gosforth about the non-appearance of traffic wardens in the suburbs of Newcastle, including the West End.