Four new speed cameras will be installed in Luxembourg, with the first going live mid-December.
According to a government press statement published on Thursday, a camera on the Micheville link tunnel (on the border with France) will be operational the second week of December. The opening is a few weeks later than the initially scheduled November opening.
The remaining three will be installed on the CR108 (between Angelsberg and Mersch), at the Raemerich roundabout and between Saeul and Brouch (N8) during the first quarter of 2018.
The work related to the installation of the fixed camera on the N8 will start on 1 December 2017.
A speed camera trailer will be temporarily placed on the Saeul-Brouch route for the duration of the work until the cameras are fully installed and operational.
Signs indicating the speed limit (70 km/h) have already been installed.
The new fixed speed cameras, as well as the mobile camera, will simultaneously measure the speeds of vehicles in both directions of traffic.
In 2016, 20 fixed speed cameras were installed in dangerous spots across the grand duchy to reduce road traffic accidents.