The no-contact apprehension program took effect on Friday along 15 major roads in Quezon City following the dry run of the program from October 2021 to June.
“Road safety is our priority,” Task Force for Transport and Traffic Management head Dexter Cardenas said.
NCAP will utilize state-of-the-art cameras with artificial intelligence technology to capture, photograph, and record the conduction stickers and plate numbers of vehicles in violation of traffic rules and regulations. It will be implemented 24/7 in select roads.
The program takes effect on Quirino Highway (Susano Road, Zabarte Road, and Tandang Sora Ave-Sangandaan), E. Rodriguez (Tomas Morato, Gilmore, Hemady), Aurora Blvd. (Hemady, Gilmore, Broadway, 20th Street), West Ave (Baler), East Avenue (BIR Road), Kamias (Kalayaan) and P. Tuazon (13th, 15th).
To verify a notice of violation or to check your plate number, visit the nocontact.quezoncity.gov.ph site. The NOV will be received within 14) day (for QC residents) or more (for non-QC residents) through e-mail and/or a private courier.
Motorists who received a NOV, may pay the corresponding fine, within 30 days from receipt thereof, online via nocontact.quezoncity.gov.ph website, over-the-counter in select banks, or cash payment at the Ground Flr, DPOS Building, QC Hall Compound in Kalayaan Avenue.
A monthly penalty of 5 percent surcharge against violators for NOVs that remain unpaid beyond the 30-day period will be imposed.
Motorists who would want to contest their NOV can file an appeal to the QC Traffic Adjudication Board (QC TAB) within ten days from receipt of their NOV.
The QC TAB is located at the QC Department of Public Order and Safety.
“With the NCAP in full gear, we expect motorists to be more careful and disciplined when plying our roads. We want to instill in them that no one is exempted when it comes to traffic rules and regulations,” Mayor Joy Belmonte said.