Traffic throughout the country will be heavy.
The great journey for the holiday continues today. Traffic throughout the country will be heavy due to the longer weekend. The police presence will also be strengthened.
Nearly 150 mobile, 25 stationary and 30 tripod cameras will monitor if speed limits are respected.
Such are already installed on the Struma highway and on the road between Plovdiv and Karlovo.
Additional traffic cameras were installed on the Struma highway and on the road between Plovdiv and Karlovo. The reason is the increased speed accidents. The new radars will keep an eye on the average speed.
Bulgarian traffic police started an operation against speeding, the Interior Ministry said on August 12.
The operation will run for a week starting from today until August 18 inclusive. It is part of an EU-wide one by European traffic police network TISPOL. Similar operations will be conducted on the territory of all member states.
Eighteen people were killed in traffic accidents on the streets of the Greek capital in June alone, police data released on Wednesday showed, with reckless driving to blame for most accidents.
A total of 491 traffic accidents were reported last month in the Attica area, resulting in 21 serious and 565 lighter injuries.
Checks will continue until February 24th, reported Nova TV.
From 24 February to 24 February there will be a traffic police operation for the control of trucks and buses. It is part of the TISPOL calendar - the European Traffic Police Network - and similar action takes place in the territory of all Member States.