Europe’s longest enforcement scheme shows an encouraging start.

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26th January 2015

Europe’s longest enforcement scheme shows an encouraging start.

A 220km long SPECS average speed enforcement scheme on the A9, Scotland, is already delivering fewer casualties, improved journey reliability and better driver behaviour.

A Vysionics supplied point to point enforcement system was installed between Dunblane and Inverness, covering 220 kilometres of road along this beautiful but notorious Scottish route. This intervention will remain in place until the route is dualled, which is targeted for completion in 2025. The first set of data illustrating how these speed cameras have influenced driver behaviour on the A9 between Dunblane and Inverness has been published today.

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