Top speed on the bridge will be 100km/h, with cars driving on the right side and following the rules of mainland Chinese roads for the majority of the crossing. Photo: Joshua Lee
Top speed on the bridge will be 100km/h, with cars driving on the right side and following the rules of mainland Chinese roads for the majority of the crossing. Photo: Joshua Lee

48 high-definition surveillance cameras installed on Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge to guard against terrorism

Authorities concerned about 12km when drivers are technically inside city limits but not yet through border control points

Top speed on the bridge will be 100km/h, with cars driving on the right side and following the rules of mainland Chinese roads for the majority of the crossing. Photo: Joshua Lee
Top speed on the bridge will be 100km/h, with cars driving on the right side and following the rules of mainland Chinese roads for the majority of the crossing. Photo: Joshua Lee
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