Thieves hit traffic monitoring pilot

Thieves hit traffic monitoring pilot
Despite being plagued by the theft of its fibre optic infrastructure, the traffic monitoring project between Johannesburg and Pretoria is still on track, says the South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral).

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Project manager Alex van Niekerk revealed today that the R28 million project has been hit by thieves several times since the deployment of the fibre optic backbone for 70 closed-circuit television cameras. The cameras are to be installed between the Shell Ultra City, on the N1 freeway, and New Road, in Midrand, on the South-bound side of the N1.

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