Four speed cameras installed on King Fahad Causeway
Cameras will be activated as part of the kingdom’s efforts to limit serious violations and improve road safety
Bahrain’s General Directorate of Traffic announced that four cameras have been installed on King Fahad Causeway to monitor over-speeding violation on both sides.
According to the Bahrain News Agency, the cameras will be activated in a few days, as part of the kingdom’s efforts to limit serious violations on its roads.
The general directorate has urged people travelling through the causeway to follow traffic rules to maintain road safety, as the kingdom concentrates on developing its road projects.
Construction Week reported on 29 October, 2019, that the King Fahad Causeway authority has signed an $8.9m (BD3.35m) consultancy agreement with a consortium comprising KPMG, Aecom, and CMS to work on developing the financing model, as well as engineering specifications, design, and selection of the main developers to kick off construction on the $3.5bn (BD1.3bn) King Hamad Causeway development.