You’ve been warned….. https://t.co/iEVLYDxGy3
— Fran McNulty (@franmcnulty) April 8, 2019
Cameras to catch motorists breaking red lights are to be installed at three notorious blackspots in Dublin more than two years after a trial detected 1,300 drivers ignoring the signals at one city centre junction.
The roll-out has prompted calls for a much wider extension of the technology across the city amid estimates “hundreds of thousands” of potentially life-endangering red light running offences are going unpunished in the capital every year.
On the quays near the Kilkenny shop in cork city..
— JoniMacadaHupla (@JoniMacadaHupla) April 8, 2019
@IrishTimes Hassett’s Cross and Union Cross in Limerick..lethal..
— An Ein (@bgn5649) April 8, 2019