CHINA China provides 870,000 online traffic management services amid epidemic outbreak

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China provides 870,000 online traffic management services amid epidemic outbreak

Xinhua

09:20, February 21, 2020

A drone carrying a QR code placard is seen near an expressway toll station in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province, Feb. 11, 2020. (Photo: Xinhua)

Traffic management authorities have handled about 870,000 license-related services for vehicles and drivers online amid the epidemic battle, the Ministry of Public Security said Thursday.

All traffic management authorities at provincial and municipal levels have opened special hotlines and a total of 2,011 emergency windows for epidemic prevention and control.

A total of 25 traffic management-related services have been made available online via the official online service platform and mobile app as the country shut down the face-to-face window service of traffic management due to the epidemic since the Spring Festival, or Chinese New Year.

Currently, offline window services for traffic management have been resumed or increased in an orderly manner in places including Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai to maintain the economic and social order.

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