CHINA Chinese police stresses traffic safety ahead of May Day holiday

CHINA

Chinese police stresses traffic safety ahead of May Day holiday

Xinhua

18:23, April 29, 2020

BEIJING, April 29 (Xinhua) -- The Ministry of Public Security (MPS) has urged efforts to ensure road safety during the upcoming May Day holiday, which is expected to see a surge in passengers and cargo flow.

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Foreseeing rapid tourism growth during the five-day holiday, the traffic management bureau of MPS warned that there are road accident risks due to bad weather, including fog and rain, in some areas.

Demanding efforts to rectify safety hazards, the bureau ordered local police to maintain traffic order around scenic spots and reduce traffic congestions.

The bureau also required strengthened publicity on road safety, and efforts to prevent severe traffic accidents.

This year's May Day holiday will last from May 1 to 5. Enditem

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