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"Air police" monitor ground traffic
Latest Updated by 2006-12-14 15:52:17

"Air police" monitor ground traffic. [Guangzhou Daily]

Each lane on the North Ring Express and the Guangzhou section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Express will soon have its own speed limit assigned according to the kind of traffic which should be using it. Speeds and usage will be monitored by police both on the ground and in the air, using photography from helicopter patrols. Two downtown arteries namely Dongfenglu and Guangyuanlu, will also have the same regulations, according to the Guangzhou Daily. 

The North Ring Express as well as the section of Guangzhou-Shenzhen Express is now divided into three lanes with separate speed limits for "Low-speed Vehicles", 60~80 km/h; "High-speed Vehicles", 70~100 km/h and "Small Passenger Vehicles", 80~100 km/h. So far the traffic on these roads has run smoothly. 

Lane-based speed limits are expected to help ensure smooth and fast traffic passage on expressways and reduce accidents and traffic jams, according to traffic police. 
 

A bird's eye view from the helicopter [Guangzhou Daily]
 
Many city dwellers and commuters agree that the arrangements on Dongfenglu and Guanyuanlu will help make traffic faster and safer.
 
Speeds have been regulated in this way on the Airport Express since May this year and traffic police propose to extend the arrangements city-wide, if they prove effective. 

Editor: Yan

By: Source:www.lifeofguangzhou.com
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