The average speed check will be set up along a dangerous 4km stretch along the N11.
Starting this autumn, Luxembourg’s first average speed check will be functional on the N11 just past Waldhof.
Mobility minister François Bausch made the announcement on Wednesday morning on RTL, according to L’Essentiel.
The 4km stretch of road along which the average speed check would be in place is “particularly dangerous”, reports L’Essentiel, adding that 19 accidents--including three fatalities--have been reported along this route.
Average speed checks, as the name implies, calculates average speed along a path by capturing speed at two different points, different than a static radar which captures one speed at one location.