Camera Enforcement keeps out mopeds in ‘Huygenskwartier’ Leidschendam-Voorburg

The municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg chose to use Brickyard’s Camera Enforcement in the ‘Huygenskwartier’ neighbourhood. This 24/7 camera enforcement must keep cars, but also mopeds, out of the pedestrian area. This should improve the quality of life on the streets.

Bollards were already keeping unwanted cars out of the Huygenskwartier – the car-free shopping area in the municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg. Mopeds also weren’t welcome in this area, however they would just go between the bollards. This was the reason for a new approach.

Brickyard has placed license plate cameras at the access roads to the pedestrian area, they were switched on February 1st. After a testing period, which handed out warnings instead of fines, offenders will now receive actual fines.

Loading and unloading in the area is allowed until 11:00. Local residents and entrepreneurs are always allowed in the area and will not receive a fine.

Click here to see a video about the start of the project (Dutch).

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