RAWALPINDI - City Traffic Police (CTP) Rawalpindi have developed new computerised Sign Testing System (STS), which would facilitate the citizens to give driving tests through touch screen system. Information Technology (IT) Department of the CTP has developed the software for this STS. Chief Traffic Officer (CTO) Rawalpindi Dr Muhammad Akhtar Abbas told this while giving a briefing to Additional Inspector General (AIG) Traffic Zahid Mehmood on his visit to City Traffic Headquarters here on Monday. Regional Police Officer (RPO) Muhammad Aslam Khan Tareen, City Police Officer (CPO) Rao Muhammad Iqbal and Senior Traffic Officer Syed Ishtiaq Shah were also present on this occasion. Appreciating this new Sign Testing System (STS), AIG Traffic Zahid Mehmood termed it an important advancement of City Traffic Police and it was an innovative system like Traffic Wardens. He also hoped that STS would cater facilities in driving tests and it would also help to eradicate various complaints in this regard. Explaining the details of STS, CTO Dr Muhammad Akhtar Abbas informed that in this new system, candidates would get their tokens and would participate in the examination in the testing room. He told that ten questions would appear on the screen of computer and the candidate had to give correct answers of at least seven questions to pass the test successfully. He added that almost 400 questions about driving test had been entered in the software while ten questions would appear automatically on the screen. The CTO informed that a special voice option also had been added in the software for the illiterate person and the software would read questions for them.