Point-to-point cameras arriving on Latvian roads starting April

Point-to-point speed as well as traffic light cameras are to appear on Latvia's roads starting April, the State Police said.

New-generation speed cameras are to appear on a stretch of the Tīnūži-Koknese motorway, where over 5,100 violations have been recorded since winter 2015 when regular speed cameras were installed.

Saeima legal experts told Latvian Radio that the current road safety regulations are sufficient for fining people who disobey the new cameras.

Meanwhile red-light traffic cameras are to be installed on Brīvības gatve in Berģi, as well as the Salaspils-Babīte bypass, with the goal of later installing them in Rīga's main intersections in the future.

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