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Friday, 17 November 2017 16:05

More Speed Guns On The Road

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A total of 15 LIDAR Speed Guns are now in use on the nation's roads.

It follows the Minister of Transport, Rohan Sinanan, signing an order for the use of nine additional LIDAR Speed Guns by the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service on Friday.

The Ministry says in the upcoming year, the general public will be apprised of the implementation of several key road safety initiatives, all geared towards supporting its continued effort to ensure compliance with the current speed limit and traffic laws.

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