HIGH COURT HAS CLARIFIED ON IT ORDERS ISSUED OVER PUBLIC TRANSPORT VEHICLES ,

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Lawyer mark Nduati with matatu welfare association chairman Dickson Mbuguaat Milimani Law Court after the court clarified order issued on public transport regulation.

By SAM ALFAN

 

High court judge Justice George Odunga has clarified his order he issued on public transport regulation, saying the court doesn’t understand why PSV vehicles are not on the road.
He said the court gave an order staying the operation of regulation 11 of the national transport and safety authority which required PSV to have speed governors fitted in the vehicles.
Regulation 11 of the rules the owners of the public transport vehicles to in place or outsource a fleet management system capable of recording speed and locating of the vehicle at any one time.
Subsection (b) in which stayed pending further orders of the court required the owners of the vehicles subscribe to data storage system capable of storing data on vehicles speed, location and operation for a period of thirty days.
The judge said the parties ought to have read his orders accordingly.
The entire regulation of the national transport and safety authority was stopped from implementation according to the record from the court as recorded by the presiding judges.

 

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