Cranking up the cameras
4th January 2013
Polish roads are to witness a dramatic increase in the number of speed cameras during the upcoming 12 months it was claimed this week.
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In Lodz alone, the number of cameras is expected to rise from just one to nine by the end of the year, reports TVN24, although the project will not be cheap.
“In 2013, we plan to purchase and install eight additional devices in the city,” say Dariusz Grzybowski, Commander for Lodz Municipal Police. “The cost of one unit is approximately PLN 100,000.”
He added that it’s expected that the cameras will pay for themselves after a period of two years.
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