Cameras are popping up around roads in town again - but motorists can rest assured that they're not stealthily installed speed cameras or extra CCTV.
These particular cameras, which have been put up in over 20 locations in St. Helier this week, are for research purposes only.
Between now and Saturday 5 November, these cameras will be monitoring traffic in and around St. Helier as part of the Government's continues work to reduce transport emissions in Jersey.
Cameras were put up for the same purpose in September earlier this year.
Pictured: Cameras like this will be popping up from today until Saturday to survey traffic patterns in St. Helier.
The results of the work carried out now and in September will all be included within the 'St.Helier Mobility Plan', which aims to lay our future sustainable transport plans.
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