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Private speed camera contract extended by a year

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

22nd April, 2015

The current contract for private speed cameras has been extended for a further year – but at a reduced cost.

It comes as figures show that the cost of operating the speed cameras at over 700 locations around the country is almost four times more than they earn in speeding fines.

The Department of Justice is paying around €16.6 million per year to the Go Safe consortium to have cameras in 50 white vans around the...

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