Connecticut to Test Speed Enforcement Cameras in Work Zones Beginning in April

Speed enforcement cameras mounted to an SUV outside DOT headquarters in Newington. Photo credit: Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie (we-ha.com file photo)

At a press conference this week, Transportation Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto said speeders will receive infractions by mail.

By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Certain work zones on Interstate 95, Route 2 and Route 8 will be equipped with speed enforcement cameras beginning next month when Connecticut rolls out a pilot program intended to reduce speeding on the state’s highways.

The program will begin on April 10 and will involve three SUVs equipped with cameras capable of recording the speed of motorists passing through work zones and photographing vehicles traveling over the speed limit.

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