LTA Continued Operations to Catch Errant & ‘Naughty’ PMD Riders Throughout S’pore

If you’re a naughty PMD rider, you’ve been warned.

LTA’s coming for you, and LTA’s not stopping until you become a “guai” rider.

Lest you think we’re the ones who come out with the adjective ‘naughty’ to describe errant riders, you’re wrong: we might be naughty most of the time, but our brain lacks creative juices.

It’s our dear LTA who come out with the term, and we’re loving it.

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Operation Last Friday in Punggol Caught 20 Offenders

Lest you’re not aware, LTA teamed up with plainclothes officers from various agencies to conduct a covert enforcement operation to catch errant PMD riders last Friday.

20 PMD riders were nabbed as they were riding naughtily, and 11 non-compliant devices were compounded.

So you thought LTA has already sent a strong deterrence message, and are sitting back and sipping coffee after their successful operation.

Well, guess again.

They’ve taken it up a notch, and this time, it’s not restricted to Punggol, the world of BTOs.

They sent out AMEOs to conduct even more operations in the heartlands area.

And just for your info, AMEO doesn’t stand for America-Made Emotional Otahs. They’re Active Mobility Enforcement Officers, a team of people who are like Pokemon Trainers in Pokemon GO: the only difference is that they catch (and also educate) errant riders instead of Pokemon.

One-Week Operation By Pokemon Masters Active Mobility Enforcement Officers

Since the productive one-day operation, LTA sent out AMEOs to heartlands like Pasir Ris, Seng Kang, Sembawang, Tampines and Punggol to catch errant riders. Their efforts also extended to high-SES areas like CBD and Orchard Road.

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So you’d have thought that everyone would be more careful after last Friday’s operation—apparently not.

In a week, the AMEOs detected 27 offences, and 14 PMDs and PAB (e-bicycles) were seized.

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And this time, they found a device that weighs more than 80kg—four times the weight limit, and most likely also heavier than most of you.

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Is that a motorbike or what!?

And once again, LTA has a message for you guys: don’t play play. Stay compliant.

And since the folks at LTA thanked us previously when we wrote about the previous operation…


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…we’ll do the favour of linking this again. The link will give you a better idea of how not to be naughty, so America-Made Emotional Otahs won’t catch you.

In the meantime, I’m a little pissed that my food delivery is still not here yet. #LTAdidyoucatchmydelivevryguy? #ifsocandelivermyfoodfirst?


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