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speed camera

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1. (Law) a fixed camera that photographs vehicles breaking the speed limit on a certain stretch of road
2. (Automotive Engineering) a fixed camera that photographs vehicles breaking the speed limit on a certain stretch of road
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The Andrews Labor Government today appointed retired solicitor John Voyage as Victorias new Road Safety Camera Commissioner.
D Craig, Tynemouth A Funding for road safety camera enforcement is provided by the Northumbria Safer Road Initiatives (NSRI) which is a partnership between the six local authorities and Northumbria Police.
Speed cameras in Liverpool are managed by city centre-based Merseyside Road Safety Camera Partnership.
ATS also is proud to be North America's market leader in road safety camera installations, with more than 3,200 installed red-light, speed and school bus stop arm safety cameras serving more than 300 municipalities.
The threshold of 12 points can be reached through frequent "low level" offending such as regularly breaking speed limits by a few miles an hour and thus being snapped by a road safety camera.
The minister added he was horrified and appalled at recent arson attacks on road safety camera vans.
The intention does not appear to be to turn lollipop ladies into a sort of mobile road safety camera.
But Mr Giannasi said: "The evidence is that road safety camera partnerships have achieved significant reductions in road casualties over the last decade - there are almost half the number of casualties now that there were eight years ago, and actually there is very clear evidence to show that the public accept them.
ATS is proud to be the market leader in road safety camera installations in North America.
Lust is also considering incorporating a laser pointer and road safety camera detection.
A spokeswoman for the Merseyside Road Safety Camera Partnership said: "Collisions are mostly due to driver-error.
There are now around 5,000 fixed camera sites nationwide, and around 3,500 mobile sites, which are operated by Road Safety Camera Partnerships.