16 November 2015
THIS IS THE MOST LETHAL OF THE 3 CAMERAS ON JALAN PASIR PUTIH!
From Station 18 going towards Ipoh Town, it is the 3rd and last one. From Ipoh Town going towards Station 18, it’s the first one.
From Ipoh Town going towards Station 18: There is a WARNING SIGN. In plain and simple words, it means “Rm300 collection zone ahead”.
Here it is, again.
Then you come to the traffic light at the 4-way junction.
On your right is the camera. See it?
It almost always works.
When does it work? You won’t know until you see a BRIGHT FLASH but by then it’s too late, isn’t it?
SUNDAY, 19 JANUARY 2013
A 3RD AES CAMERA WAS INSTALLED ALONG JALAN PASIR PUTIH JUST A SHORT WHILE AGO.
THERE ARE NOW 3 ALONG JALAN PASIR PUTIH! Why are there three on this road?
THIS 3RD AES CAMERA IS AT THE JUNCTION OF JALAN PASIR PUTIH AND JALAN PRESIDENT KENNEDY, WHERE MUN CHOONG RESTAURANT IS LOCATED.
This is the junction.
From Ipoh New Town towards Station 18, it is hard to spot the camera till you get past the traffic lights.
You can see it better as you come from Station 18 towards Ipoh New Town.
THURSDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2013
HERE IS A NEW AES CAMERA IN IPOH.
It is at the junction of Jalan Pasir Putih and Jalan Pegoh Taman Shatin Baru).
Early in the morning of Thurs, 17 Oct, this camera was found to have been knocked down. When I passed by at 9.02am, cops were examining it. By the time I returned, at 12.32pm, it had been re-installed.
This is the junction. The cameras are to the left and to the right.
THIS WAS FIRST POSTED ON 16 AUGUST 2012. The camera still works, so don’t take the risk. It’s expensive.
Thursday, 4 July 2013
We were all waiting at this set of lights.There is an AES camera. It is on a post behind me.
When the traffic light on my right turned green, the cars began moving from my right to the left….and then the car in front of me turned left to join the flow of traffic.
The camera shot his vehicle! Two bright flashes and crackles.
The Automated Enforcement System (AES) (Malay: Sistem Penguatkuasaan Jalan Raya Automatik) is the road safety enforcement system to monitor federal roads, highways and expressways in Malaysia. This system came into operation on 22 September 2012. (Wikipedia)
THERE IS ONLY ONE AES CAMERA IN IPOH.
Here is the AES camera in Ipoh, along Jalan Pasir Putih. It is at the junction of Jalan Pasir Putih, Jalan King and Jalan Temenggor.
Here are the details.
|7.||Jalan Pasir Putih (Berhampiran TNB)||A0184||Ipoh||–||4.5817,101.0820||Lampu Isyarat||JKR Negeri Perak|
Here are the photos
I started from Jalan Yang Kalsom, got to Jalan Pasir Putih, found a parking lot, and began walking and snapping photos.
About 100 metres from the camera, there is a sign: BEWARE, WE WANT YOUR MONEY!
As you walk along the road, you will soon see the AES camera on the right. A shopkeeper told me that the camera can be heard and bright flashes can be see OFTEN.
Here is the camera!
Jalan King is a lesser road that leads from Pasir Pinji. A motorcyclist shot across when the light was still red, and the camera went into action: two bright flashes accompanied by cracking sounds. GOT HIM!
Photo taken from the market. As I stood there just outside the market, a lorry screeched to a halt when the light turned yellow. The driver smiled as I asked, “Camera?” He pointed at it…
Photo taken from TNB sub-station. A car shot past and the camera snapped it. Got it, too!
This is the Pasir Putih market.