We reported earlier that the full complement of 831 Automated Enforcement System (AES) cameras will be up and running in 18 months from now, with the cams set to be deployed in stages. The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has actually released the full set of locations where the cams will be placed, and you can find the complete list of both speed trap and traffic camera locations as well as a summary after the jump.
Already, 14 AES cameras have been operational since September 23, and these are installed at various hotspots or accident prone areas in the Klang Valley and Perak. The 14 locations are listed in our earlier report.
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