Traffic law

Enhanced Road Safety Measures for the Upcoming Holidays

Enhanced road safety measures for upcoming holidays. Nearly 150 mobile, 25 stationary and 30 tripod cameras will monitor speed compliance.

Hundreds of thousands people are expected to take the country's roads starting tomorrow and Friday, which is a day off. Border police have secured more teams and are promising to work quickly in order to prevent big queues.

Kilometres-Long Queues along the Borders with Turkey and Serbia

Kilometres-long queues along the borders with Turkey and Serbia. There is currently a peak in traffic due to the gastarbeiters who are returning to Western Europe.

The traffic is expected to be extremely busy by September 8th. Border Police recommend drivers to use alternative routes.

Traffic on Struma Motorway Expected to be Allowed Partially from Friday

Traffic on the Struma motorway in the direction to Sofia is expected to be allowed partially from today, the Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) said on August 23. The traffic will be reopened for cars. First, it will be examined how much weight the fire-damaged viaduct near Dupnica can withstand.

Bulgarian Interior Ministry: 44,539 Violations Detected During Speed Control Operation

The speed control operation has been completed, said the press office of the Interior Ministry.
The special police operation against speeding detected 44,539 speeding offenses throughout the country. The operation, which took place from 12 to 18 August, was coordinated by European traffic police network TISPOL.

The Police Detected 44,539 Speeding Offences Only for a Week

The speed control operation has been completed, said the press office of the Interior Ministry.
The special police operation against speeding detected 44,539 speeding offences throughout the country. The operation, which took place from 12 to 18 August, was coordinated by European traffic police network TISPOL.

Additional Cameras to Control the Speed Were Installed in Eight Sections in Bulgaria

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

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.

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