Traffic services nab drunk drivers
By Mikhaila Crowie
30 march 2009
The City of Cape Town’s Traffic Services clamped down on drunk and speeding drivers over the weekend, in a bid to make the roads of Cape Town safer.
37 drivers were arrested for drunk driving at roadblocks, held along Vanguard Drive at Bluegum Road and Modderdam Road near the N2 on Friday and Saturday.
92 drivers were fined for being in charge of unlicensed vehicles.
A total of 1 821 tickets were issued for those caught speeding.
The fastest speed recorded was at 190 kilometres per hour in an 80 kilometre per hour zone.