Speed Enforcement Named Number One Highlight for 2016 in Trinidad

by admin 23. January 2017 11:47

The enforcement of the speed limit using the LTI 20/20 TruCAM has certainly paid off in Trinidad and Tobago. Richie Sookhai, president of the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce, and Daphne Bartlett, president of the San Fernando Business Association, were asked by Business Day to list the top five highlights for 2016. Both responded with naming enforcement of the speed limit as the number one highlight of 2016. More...

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Laser Technology, Inc. Video Speed Enforcement Solution Causes the Lowest Number of Fatal Road Accidents Reported in 15 Years

by rturriff 18. July 2016 06:19

Trinidad and Tobago are continuing to significantly reduce fatal road accidents with help from the Laser Technology's (LTI) TruCAM laser speed gun.

In just two, short months of using the TruCAM the Trinidad and Tobago police force have seen a significant decline in speeding throughout the country. With over one thousand tickets issued so far, Trinidad and Tobago has recorded 152 accidents, the lowest number of fatal road accidents for the year and the lowest it has been in 15 years! More...

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Trinidad and Tobago Crack Down on Speeders with the LTI TruCAM

by rturriff 25. May 2016 12:15
 

The LTI 20/20 TruCAM video laser speed device has been the talk of the town on the island of Trinidad and Tobago. Within the past few weeks, officials have purchased numerous TruCAMs from LTI's authorized dealer L & W Engineering, in hopes of decreasing reckless driving and traffic accidents on their highways.

Approval was granted on April 29th, 2016 by the Honorable Mr. Fitzgerald Hinds, the Minister of Works and Transport, for the official use of a video laser speed device designed to capture and record motorists’ speed. According to Mr. Hinds, 55% of fatalities on Trinidad and Tobago's roadways are a result of speeding. The goal of the TruCAM implementation aims to decrease this number by keeping drivers within the 80 KPH speed limits on highways and 50 KPH on the island's main roads. More...

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