Stationary devices on measurement of speed of cars will discipline the drivers

Date

2005 12 06

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On November, 29 Minister of transport and communications Petras Cesna at a meeting with general polices comissioner of Lithuania Vytautas Grigaravicius offered him to unite efforts in the radical decision for the improvement of safe traffic on roads in the country. In connection with it in November on the main roads of state value Vilnius – Kaunas – Klaipeda and Vilnius - Utena the stationary devices on tracking speed of cars were arranged.

They not only take photos of guilty drivers, but also register vehicles, exceeding speed limit, and present the data about it. The Police of Lithuania from the 1st of December in 2005 starts to collect materials and create lawsuits about made infringements of road rules on the basis of the received data from the installed on the roads speed tracking system SENSIS SSS. The measures of administrative influence will be applied to the established infringers.

In opinion of Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania Petras Cesna, the arrangement of such stationary speed tracking equipment forces positive experience of it in other countries of the European Union. It is not retaliatory, but more discipline measure, speaks minister.