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Average speed control data
Make your roads safer by creating effective speed measures based on the analysis of average vehicle speeds detected by ANPR cameras!
Traffic safety is a major priority for policy makers worldwide. Installing speed control zones to limit speeding has become a popular measure to improve traffic safety. However can policy makers really measure the impact of the speed control zones on the drivers behaviour?
The average speed control data provides clear evidence for evaluating the impact of speed control zones on drivers’ behaviour.
The data includes information on
- the date and time of the speeding offence
- speed control zone name and coordinates
- measured speed
- country of registration of the vehicle
Main data elements:
geometry of the speed control zones (lines), timestamp, information about the speeding (segment ID, measured speed, country of the car registration)