Sounds good, I would certainly like to catch a copy of the archive.
No I agree in principle, what you are stating, but the closer we get to having AI (Augmented Intelligence) not Artificial Intelligence; authorities over the Festive season, gave fair warning to and sundry there would be a 4 KM speed gap over the normal speed limits, so watch your speed. The authorities gave fair and proper warning this would occur - but there are still people, who will not obey these warnings, believe they can risk it and hope they don't get spotted by the road side cameras or overhead cameras on gantries etc. The camera capabilities are increasingly becoming far more accurate and augmented, rather like the difference between an officer sitting on the side of the road, watching one or more pass, with radio transmission to the waiting patrol car up front. But instead, use the camera technology with Augmented Intelligence and enhanced recognition technology to collect, sift and analyse the information, and then pass it back to control, who then issue the speeding tickets, because parameters have been exceeded.
Still over 8 road deaths over 9.6 days over 2018/2019 festive period in New Zealand - this does not sound like many against USA, Australia etc, for 4 million period plus many many visitors. Over the same period in 2017/2018 over 11.6 days and only 2 road deaths.
The most commonly cited contributing factors for crashes over the Christmas holiday period were; losing control (29 percent of reported crashes), travelling too fast for conditions (19 percent), alcohol or drugs (18 percent), inattention (16 percent), too far left (15 percent), failed to give way or stop (14 percent), inexperience (12 percent), did not see other party (10 percent), failed to keep left (10 percent), and fatigue (9 percent).