Final planned average speed cameras set up in Latvia

During the night on Wednesday, November 29, on the Ventspils Highway (A10), the average speed control system will start operating from the turn to Tīreļu trail to Smārde (44.9 km to 52.4 km), Latvian State Roads (LVC) said.

This is the sixteenth and for now final planned average speed section on the Latvian road network.

The equipment will control average speed, compulsory insurance OCTA, roadworthiness checks, and toll payments.

The average speed control sections from Gulbju Lake to Usma intersection and from Varkaļi to Griķi are already in operation on the Ventspils Highway.

Average speed control in Latvia is introduced in order to improve traffic safety. Experience from other countries shows that the number of accidents is decreasing in stages where average speed control is introduced.

The average speed control system is an automatic measurement system that performs a speed measurement based on the time taken to drive a certain section of road. At the beginning and end of the section, equipment shall be installed to record the times when the vehicle enters and leaves the section of the road and to calculate the average speed at which the section has been crossed. If the average vehicle speed recorded by the system is higher than the maximum permitted at this stage, the owner will receive a penalty..

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