Video: Russia Plans To Cancel Fines For Average Speed
The State Duma Committee on State Construction has supported a bill introducing a ban on fines for exceeding the average speed of traffic using multiple cameras. As it became known to the Kommersant edition, the United Russia and LDPR factions also stood up for the idea.
- The new document introduces a rule according to which it is allowed to record traffic violations only in one place and at a specified time. According to the authors of the bill, there is no concept of "average speed" in the rules and this tracking method is incorrect. Also, the deputies opposed the use of cameras that monitor the crossing of a solid line at the entrances and exits of the tunnels.
- The bill was opposed by the government and the State Traffic Inspectorate. Officials of the departments believe that control over the average speed disciplines drivers, because they must always follow the rules of the road.
The first complexes for fixing the average speed of movement appeared in Russia in 2013. Today in the country there are about one thousand of them, and in total 10.8 thousand stationary and 3.9 thousand mobile complexes monitor compliance with traffic rules.
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