The Police have maintained an incredible focus on road safety and speeding with their zero tolerance policy.
They deploy speed cameras on motorways where there is a dual carraige-way, with a median barrier and in some places in Auckland they are there every day.
And the result?
A 20% increase in road deaths.
The number of people killed on New Zealand roads so far this year is 20 per cent higher than at the same time last year.
The Ministry of Transport reported 95 people have been killed on the roads from January 1 to April 16 this year. In the same period last year, 79 people died on the roads. ¬† Read more »