A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa
A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa

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Shenzhen police introduce new crackdown on delivery drivers amid surge in traffic violations

  • Starting from January 1, deliverymen using non-motorised vehicles will be barred for three to 15 days if they break a rule and possibly banned for more serious offences

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A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa
A delivery driver waits at a traffic light to cross the pedestrian crossing in the Futian district in Shenzhen. Photo: Roy Issa
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