Speeding was the third most responsible cause of traffic accidents in Cuenca last year. This motivated the Mobility Company (EMOV) to place seven radar photosensors in four sectors of the city. Now, there are two photo radar units on Avenida de las Américas, near Hospital del Río, where the maximum speed allowed is 70 kilometers per hour; one is on the Panamericana Norte, 500 meters from the entrance to Ucubamba, where the speed limit is 65 kilometers per hour; four are on Ordóñez Lasso Avenue, three in the Oro Verde hotel sector, where the speed limit is 55 kilometers per hour and one near…
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