We Desperately Need Pedestrian Crossing Activists In Lebanon

via KunHadi Drivers who run a red light or don't respect pedestrian passages will be fined up to 700,000 according to the new traffic law, yet most drivers in Lebanon chose to abide by the first rule and ignored the second one. Most pedestrian passages in Beirut are dangerous whereas cars park all over their lane and drive away even when there are people still crossing the road. I was at the Four Seasons Beirut…

Expect To See Car Chases In Lebanon Soon

Here's a video showing how the Jdeideh ISF officers warned a driver who wasn't wearing a seat belt and talking on the phone today. I'm not sure if this was staged or someone actually filmed it while driving on the highway but I hope to see videos where these guys are warning and fining other officers breaking the law. via Wayniye el Dawoule
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A Summary Of The New Traffic Law In Lebanon

1 year ago
The ISF started implementing the new traffic law today and were distributing as well a small booklet that sums up the major violations and their corresponding fines. It’s a small 6-pages guide that I uploaded ...
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#NO2DrinkDriving Uber Beirut Offering $1 Rides All Weekend

1 year ago
I love the initiative and I think the government should consider financing such campaigns to make taxis cheaper during the weekend between 10pm and 6am. That way, we will have less traffic and less people ...
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Go Watch Fast & Furious 7!

1 year ago
via walkwidehd I missed out on Fast & Furious 7’s avant-premiere but I finally got to watch it yesterday and I absolutely loved it. To be honest, I was expecting to get bored at some ...
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It’s Ok For Some Valet Parking Guys To Park Illegally In Beirut

1 year ago
Every time I’m heading from Achrafieh to Beirut Souks, most of the traffic is caused by valet parking guys from Annahar building till we get to the souks. It’s either people stopping in the middle ...
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Should Lebanese Cops Be Punished More Severely If They Break The Law?

1 year ago
via Yasa Every day, there’s a new picture being shared online of a police or a municipality officer breaking the law. These officers are either not wearing helmets on their bikes, or running a red ...
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Noss El Balad Akal Zabet El Yom!

1 year ago
Sakker el Dekkene pranked all the Lebanese on April 1st by putting fines on their cars. The fines includes messages like “El Nef3a mich nef3a”, “Titi Titi 7artou2a ro7ti 3al Mecanique wou Akeed jeete 2at3a” ...
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Thieves Are Puncturing AUB Students’ Gas Tanks To Steal Fuel

1 year ago
How a punctured fuel tank looks like – Source Finding a parking spot was always a problem back in my AUB years, but I don’t recall ever hearing about fuel thefts and I am surprised ...
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The First Lebanese Car

1 year ago
via RaniaelKhatib I don’t know how accurate this poster is but Lissan Al Hal (in Arabic لسان الحال) was a daily Lebanese newspaper that was established by Khalil Sarkis in the 1870s and is considered ...
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