IF you are a driver and have a habit of speeding, be careful — you could be captured on camera.
That is the message from the Land Transport Authority as the $225,000 speed and red light cameras from South Africa will soon be fully functional along the Suva-Nausori corridor.
Authority spokesman Alfred Wiliame said the cameras would be fully functional by the first week of next month.
"Implementation and enforcement of the cameras will be early next month as we are only left to gazette the approval of the legislation by Cabinet," Mr Wiliame said.
He said one camera would be installed to capture those who cross red lights and two mobile cameras would film speeding drivers.
"The cameras will be used in the Central Division first and we will move to other parts of Viti Levu later in the year," he said.
The cameras have radars which can determine the speed at which a vehicle is travelling and take a snapshot of it.
After its enforcement, the cameras will take pictures during the day; in the afternoon memory cards will be removed and viewed by LTA officials to determine vehicles that breach regulations.