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Blitzer in Berlin: traffic violations bring 75 million euros – Berlin

Saturday, February 24th, 2018 | bitcoin updates


Measured by the size of the city, Berlin has very few stationary speed cameras nationwide. But even those bring millions of money to the state. Sixteen functioning systems registered riders and racers last year. The almost 230,000 speedsters who had flashed there transferred a total of almost 3.9 million euros to the state treasury. In addition, more than 4.2 million euros, which paid the approximately 50 000 caught red riders. This balance was drawn by the Interior Administration at the request of Greens MP Harald Moritz. The stationary facilities make up only a small part of the revenue from traffic violations: more than 3.7 million administrative offenses were handled by the penalty office. The vast majority – according to experience, it is mainly about wrong parking – of 3.5 million ended with Verwarnungsgeldern. In addition there were 285,000 fines, of which 18,000 with driving bans. Together made exactly 75 406 510.22 euros in the account of the penalty spot. At Ernst-Reuter-Platz is a new speed camera in construction The numbers are moving approximately at the level of earlier years. This also applies to the 21 571 cases, which had to be discontinued due to prescriptions, mostly due to drivers who had not been identified on time. Almost 1.2 million euros of traffic offenders went through the penalty point by the rag. While in park violations the revenue is not exorbitantly higher than the cost of the controls, the hunt for racers and riders is highly lucrative for the country: The more than eight million euros in revenue thanks to the stationary equipment stood against € 129,000 for their operation. The operating costs did not even amount to two percent of the revenue generated. Faced with years of increasing accident numbers, the red-red-green coalition has decided to expand the stationary speed camera and set money for every ten new systems this year and next year in the dual budget. Potential locations have already been selected, but have not yet been decided upon, according to indoor administration. Currently only one facility is under construction at Ernst-Reuter-Platz. It should cost around 107 000 euros. The number of mobile controls has been falling for years Mobile speed checks by the police brought Berlin last year, nine million euros in custodial charges and fines. As reported, the number of inspections has declined even more sharply than in previous years. For the best part of the day, the radar trucks and laser pistols stand idle and unused. According to indoor administration, a greater utilization of the equipment "to combat speeding accidents is desirable", but "especially in the context of the ever-increasing variety of deployment requirements outside the traffic monitoring and the necessary measures in the traffic concentration on other relevant causes of major accidents (…) can not consistently realize. With similar formulations, the ever-decreasing pressure to monitor had already been justified in recent years.

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