The FCT Minister, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, gave this directive after meeting with stakeholders in the transport sector within the FCT on Wednesday.
Those at the meeting were officials of the Mini-Buses Union, FCT chapters of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC), FCT Police Commissioner and the Director, Department of State Security.
At the end of the meeting, the Minister set up a committee to fine-tune the implementation of the road traffic policy.
A statement signed by mohammed sule, Chief Press Secretary to the FCT minister, disclosed that the implementation committee is to be chaired by the FCT Permanent Secretary, Engr. Anthony Ozodinobi, with members drawn from the FCT Chapters of the NLC/TUC respectively, the Police, VIO, FRSC, and Civil Society Organizations.
Sen. Bala Mohammed however insisted that there is no going back on the policy as it was good for all the residents of the FCT.
He also announced that transportation related policies including, but not limited to Car marts, Car Wash and illegal Motor Parks scattered in and around the Federal Capital City which have already been banned, will be enforced.