The Director General of Traffic, Maria Segui announced on 10/08/2013 that is no more fixed speed cameras installed on the roads in 2014, although priority to installing mobile speed controls on secondary roads will.
I followed insisted the DGT does not seek to increase revenue by increasing penalties, but to be more effective in managing the proceeds and placement of radars on sidetracks. 's intention to emphasize control on conventional roads because freeways already have enough radars in service, in the case of the Málaga province amounts to 21 radars. In addition, most conventional grid extension and accident rates, higher, advised to stress control these pathways. DGT's budget for 2014 amounts to 847 million euros and will include items for telematic management of some procedures or research projects on road safety.
PLEASE REMEMBER THESE ARE FIXED CAMERAS, THE ONES THAT YOU MUST ALWAYS BE AWARE OF ARE THE MOBILE SPEED DETECTORS IN UNMARKED CARS .