147 registrations by camera enforcement in Roosendaal, Netherlands

To increase the quality of life in Roosendaal, scooters are banned from the city centre by using Brickyard’s camera enforcement. Our ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras have already registered 147 scooters in just nine days. Because this was during the start-up period of camera enforcement in Roosendaal, the offenders received a warning instead of a fine.

The complete article (in Dutch) can be found on omroepbrabant.nl

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