Vilnius public transport ticket inspectors are to be equipped with mini cameras in order to prevent abuse and fend off complaints by free-riding passengers.
© DELFI / Kiril Čachovskij

Susisiekimo Paslaugos, the municipal company managing public transport in the Lithuanian capital, has said that the mini cameras will also help protect ticket inspectors.

All 60 ticket inspectors working in Vilnius will be equipped with the cameras shortly, some of them by the end of the year, if the public procurement procedures go smoothly, the company says.

About 60 new buses serving Vilnius public transportation system have security cameras installed.

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