Study reports automated speed enforcement system costs 5.9 million euros in Denmark and 178,000 euros in Finland.
The paper reported that a one-year automated speed enforcement pilot project involving nine vehicle-mounted cameras cost 5.9 million euros in Denmark.
Additionally, the paper provided the equipment cost of an automatic speed enforcement system along a 50 km stretch of highway in Finland. As shown in the table below, the system consisted of camera equipment and detectors at 12 camera sites. Costs (178 000 euros) are 1995 prices.
|Speed Enforcement Camera||12 camera sites, including cameras, flashes, computer and equipment required for photo developing/editing||145,100|
|Detectors||Loop detectors embedded in the road, including two replacements over a two year period.||30,600|
Excessive Speed and Automatic Enforcement
Author: Nouvier, Jacques
Published By: Unpublished paper released by ISIS with participation of INRETS (French National Institute for Research on Transport and Transport Safety) and CERTU.
Source Date: 2000
Fixed-Camera Cost: 178,000 euros (Costs are 1995 prices).
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