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Photoradars will be installed in emergency areas of the road in 14 districts of Primorsky Krai

Photoradar complexes, which are installed as part of the regional subprogram to improve road safety, will appear in the 14 districts of Primorye. In total, 64 counted in the region an emergency section of roads where the devices will be installed.

According to the regional department for the coordination of law enforcement, the 92 complex of the automatic fixation of traffic violations will be installed on 14 municipalities, the press service of the Primorye Administration reported.

"The locations for the installation of the radars were not chosen by chance. Analysis of the number of road accidents in 2012-2013 revealed the most hazardous areas. Knowing where the devices are installed, drivers will be more careful and attentive," said department director Lilia Honcharuk.

The CORDON photo radar has already been put into operation on the bridge over the Zolotoy Rog Bay in Vladivostok.

"Over the three months of the complex's operation, the number of traffic violations on the Golden Bridge has decreased 15 times. Installation of the device on this section, of course, affects road safety," L. Honcharuk said.

Since the end of the summer, according to the device, about nine thousand decisions on speeding have been issued and administrative fines have been issued for the amount of about nine million rubles.

According to experts, in the very near future, several photo-radars will appear on the sections of the federal highway A370 in the area of ​​CAT-2 and CAT-19. There are already installed structures for mounting devices.

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