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The CATI law is already a reality: find out how this automated network of offenses will work

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This new center will be in charge of the detection, notification and processing of traffic offences.

After nearly nine years of processing, today Congress signed into law the bill that creates the Automated Infringement Processing Center (CATI). Great news, considering that currently speed enforcement in our country is carried out exclusively by police and tax inspectors, so this human capital can now be used for other security tasks.

As for its operation, as explained by the Ministry of Transport, it will be done through an automated network, duly marked out in the control areas, which will be in charge of detecting, reporting and dealing with infringements.

The law authorizes the Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications (MTT) to be able, through the network of automatons, to detect:

  • Speeding.
  • Traveling in an urban area with restrictions due to environmental contamination.
  • Violation of ground transportation rules, subject to automated capture (use of exclusive route).

The areas in which Automated devices will be installed, they must be reported providing clear and precise information to drivers about their position.

It should be noted that according to Conaset records, in countries where this technology has been implemented, reductions of up to 40% in deaths from road accidents have been observed, and this is the same objective than in Chile, setting a target of reducing transit deaths by 30% by 2030.

Source: Latercera

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