That tool is in the form of an SUV, mounted with cameras and speed monitoring technology that is currently in the test phase. It feeds information back to Harrisburg. Those behind the pilot program insist this is not an attempt to bring in revenue through citations.
“It’s not a speed trap,” Campbell said. “It’s a tool to change behavior.”
The program will also be taking place on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, using similar technology like it has at the toll booths.