Saudi Arabia's Transport General Authority has unveiled an automated monitoring vehicle for the first time during this year's Haj season, according to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). This vehicle will supervise all transport methods utilized by pilgrims in Makkah, Madinah, and other sacred locations, ensuring adherence to regulations, standards, and the quality of transportation services provided to Haj pilgrims. The automated monitoring vehicle, developed through national collaboration, employs mobile surveillance cameras to precisely identify, with a 99 percent accuracy rate, the specifics of vehicles including buses, taxis, and trucks during the Haj season, thereby guaranteeing the safety and reliability of transport services for pilgrims. In a separate incident, security patrols in Makkah have detained four Saudi residents, originating from Pakistan and Myanmar, for attempting to deceive pilgrims. These individuals were advertising fake Haj packages and distributing counterfeit Haj permits and bracelets. Authorities confiscated money, seals, mobile phones, and computers used in their fraudulent operations. The suspects have been transferred to the Public Prosecution, as reported by SPA.