MBDA tests speed radar system for Bataan highways
Beware speed demons!
The Metro Bataan Development Authority (MBDA) began testing on Tuesday, April 18 a speed radar system that will be used to apprehend errant motorists on major highways in the province.
MBDA General Manager Charlie Pizzaro Jr., together with personnel from national and private agencies, conducted a pro laser video camera dry run to monitor the speed of vehicles on Bataan’s highways.
Dave Bautista of North Luzon Expressway briefed the MBDA on how the speed radar system works.
The system is used by a team composed of a profiler, gunner, radio man, and apprehending officer.
“Tatlong units ng device na ito ang gagamitin ng MBDA sa pagmonitor ng speed ng mga sasakyan sa mga major highways natin,” said Pizarro.#
“Tatlong units ng device na ito ang gagamitin ng MBDA sa pagmonitor ng speed ng mga sasakyan sa mga major highways natin,” said Pizarro.
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