Car’s Average Speed Camera in Singapore Roads


Habitual speedsters, watch out – new cameras that “know” your average travelling speed are up and running. Unlike with the spot speed cameras in use here since 1992, motorists will have a much harder time evading the new technology, which calculates a vehicle’s average speed over a stretch to determine if it is breaching the speed limit.

Police installed the first set of so-called “average speed cameras” as a trial at Changi Coastal Road last November, and they were switched on in January. The cameras are mounted on two gantry-like structures about 4km apart and were spotted by The Straits Times, which understands they are capable of monitoring traffic in both directions.

Oh no. Seriously, this is no joke anymore!!!

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