E-Ticketing System is Now Being Rolled Out in Islamabad

Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP), in collaboration National Bank of Pakistan and JS Bank, has started to rollout the e-ticketing system in Islamabad. Traffic violators can now pay their challans in seconds and get their documents back from the traffic warden right away.

The system has been initiated on a trial-run basis in 10 different locations across Islamabad.

E-Challan Solution

ITP has deployed 70 trained personnel for implementation of this new e-ticketing challan solution. The system has been launched at following locations for now;

  • Faisal Chowk
  • Melody Chowk
  • Zero Point
  • F-8 Exchange Chowk
  • Secretariat Chowk
  • Radio Pakistan Chowk
  • Dhokri Chowk
  • Aabpara Chowk


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Here is how the system works;

The traffic warden issues the challan through a mobile app. The violator, who has been fined, receives the due bill through the SMS service. The violator can then pay the challan through JS Mobile Wallet app in just 30 seconds. The traffic officer will receive a confirmation message once payment is made.

Officer will then return the document to the violator on the spot. This is a huge step towards facilitating public as people won’t have to wait in queues to pay their challan.

There are several other payment solutions available as well. People can pay their challan through National Bank of Pakistan branches and 1,760 other locations in the city.

  • challan payment can also be done by easy paisa, this feature was introduced long ago

  • is sey kai guna bahtar system to KPK mai hay jahan par ap A2Z E-Payments key kisi bi selected dokan may traffic challan jama kar saktey hai.. us key lia kisi bi qisam ki koi wallet account ki zarorat nahi ,, ap simply cash per jama kar saktey hain

    • how can it be better if you have to pay you challan by visiting the agent and then come back to collect you documents?

  • Instead of some obscure JS bank application, they should have options of easypaisa, jazz cash etc which are most widely available.

  • This system has not been implemented in its true spirit. I was challaned at Aabpara chowk, Islamabad and the inspector straightforward refused to offer me the alternative of paying through JS Wallet and instead said that this system was now dis-functional and I had to pay through NBP. Furthermore, ITP needs to really work on their behavior and tone with people as they treat/speak to traffic violators as if they are money launderers or murderers. ITP/JS/NBP seriously need to get their game together.

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