The World Bank is conducting an international tender for 10 weight-in-motion systems, expected to cost around $5 million
Tuesday, July 31, 2018

The World Bank is conducting an international tender for 10 weight-in-motion systems, expected to cost around $5 million

The World Bank is conducting an international tender for 10 weight-in-motion systems, expected to cost around $5 million, Minister Omelyan said. In October, the first 10 sensors are to start operating on highways leading to Kyiv. Constructed over highways, these automated systems take out the human element and work around the clock. Fines are mailed or emailed to trucking companies. The goal is 100 sensors installed on key highways. After Kyiv, the priority will be to monitor highways leading to the main Black Sea ports — Odesa, Mykolaiv and Kherson.

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