Speeding through Indiana work zones could soon get you a ticket, even if you don’t see an officer nearby.
Bipartisan bills have been filed in the state that would seek to improve work zone safety by bringing automated speeding tickets to Indiana.
The South Bend Tribune reports that the three bills in question, which have some differences, all seek to create a test program for the effectiveness of speed cameras on state highways. These cameras are not currently allowed nor prohibited under state law.
Last year saw more than 1,300 work zone crashes on Indiana’s interstate highways, with 409 tickets issued.