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Traffic Signals Launched in Kandahar City

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Traffic Signals Launched in Kandahar City

The installation of electric traffic signals was launched in Kandahar City on Sunday as part of a joint plant of the traffic department and the municipality.

The signals were first installed at the Eidgah Gate four months ago and would be extended to all four squares.

According to Col. Mohammadullah Khan, the signals have been highly effective, as there was a considerable decline in traffic accidents during last four months of this year.

The traffic department, for the first time, has started issuing driving licenses to women. Seven women were given driving licenses after a test.


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