Nijkerk will soon start using camera enforcement

Another municipality will soon start using camera enforcement by Brickyard. Our ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras are going to check if people live up to the access restriction rules that have been introduced recently. People are free to drive in and out of the area during loading and unloading times, outside this time period they are not allowed to do so. The cameras will be activated mid-October. The first few months will be a start-up period, during this period warnings will be given to offenders instead of fines.

Photo: Robin Sandberg

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