Enforcement

August 15, 2012
SafeZone, Siemens’ approach to average speed enforcement, has been approved for deployment in the UK by the Home Office. SafeZone is a modular system…
August 15, 2012
During a one week trial, Tussam, the bus services operator in Seville, Spain, issued 67 notices to cars parked in bus lanes, advising drivers that…
August 13, 2012
Jenoptik Traffic Solutions division is moving purposefully ahead with its business expansion in Asia by winning a technically highly challenging…
August 13, 2012
Gatso has officially handed over a section control project on the A2 from Amsterdam to Utrecht to the traffic enforcement team of the Netherlands…
August 10, 2012
Speeding tickets have brought US$398 million in revenue to the French government over the first six months of 2012. Antai, the national agency for…
August 8, 2012
French authorities have started sending fines to Belgian citizens for road traffic violations observed in France using roadside speed cameras.…
August 6, 2012
The Malaysian the government will use over 1,000 cameras to monitor roads nationwide under its Automated Enforcement System (AES) scheme. The…
August 2, 2012
In the US, affirmation of the photo traffic enforcement sector's legal status and rising public support were significant aspects of 2009. James Tuton…
August 1, 2012
In the Netherlands, TNO, the independent research organisation, has been engaged in a project on behalf of the RDW, the Dutch vehicle registration…
August 1, 2012
Martyn Harriss looks at what we can do to simplify the type approval of enforcement equipment in Europe. I doubt that there are many who can remember…