Pilot program for speed cameras in work zones launches in Norwalk and East Hartford

The one-year program will use cameras placed on top of white-colored SUVs parked on the side of the road. Drivers caught speeding will receive a warning while a second offense will cost a $75 fine.

Jay Lederman

Apr 10, 2023, 4:15 PM

Updated 371 days ago

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Connecticut officials launched a speed camera pilot program in Norwalk and East Hartford today in an effort to make construction and work zones safer.
The one-year program will use cameras placed on top of white-colored SUVs parked on the side of the road. Drivers caught speeding will receive a warning while a second offense will cost a $75 fine.
This year, state lawmakers are considering a wider speed camera rollout. The initiative is designed to reduce speeding and prevent crashes, injuries, and fatalities in work zones on Connecticut roads.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Transportation Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto announced the launch of a work zone safety initiative in March.


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