The new face of CTPL

Replacing the previous traffic police force with a new, energetic, more professional, courteous and well-paid one has started bearing fruit for Lahore in the form of strict following of rules by traffic-goers and a general respect for the traffic laws.


All this points to a better regulated and more civilised stream of traffic on the city roads, uninterrupted flow and less chances of congestion.

To see these highly motivated young men & women controlling the most messy part of our civic culture with honor, dignity, respect, courtesy and commitment makes us all proud of them.


The new face of City Traffic Police Lahore (CTPL) is sun bright, progressive, sleek, modern, and professional.


Thumbs up to this Government for taking another bold and positive initiative towards betterment of our city.

2 Comments so far

  1. bowman (unregistered) on July 3rd, 2007 @ 11:08 am

    And they’ll have to face maniacs like below:

    Islamia College students beat up traffic warden

    LAHORE: Ten students of the Islamia College Civil Lines beat up an on duty traffic warden on Monday. Traffic warden Iqbal Ahmed was on duty on the Lower Mall at the Kutchery stop when a transport van broke down. The warden went in to help the conductor to push the van off the middle of the road to avoid a traffic block. Traffic behind the van got cluttered and in the traffic, were two cars with the ten students. They got infuriated with the situation and left the cars and started yelling at the warden. The warden and the conductor together failed to push the van. The students then started beating up the warden to the extent that his uniform got torn. Someone from the crowd informed the police that reached the spot but the students had managed to escape by then. The warden was rushed to Mayo Hospital Later in the Islampura police station, a case was filed against the students on the complaint of the warden. staff report\story_3-7-2007_pg13_6

  2. Babar Bhatti (unregistered) on July 3rd, 2007 @ 8:37 pm

    Wow,Great. Actually this is unbelievable! I hope its a success because we don’t have room for failure. Great story and pictures, thanks

    From a Lahori in Dallas.

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