New traffic surveillance cameras will be installed in the South Korean capital city Seoul to reduce the number of traffic violations, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said.

Out of the total, 35 cameras will be installed at accident-prone roads and the remaining eight will be set in school zones. Another 26 will replace the older cameras.

The new devices will be an addition to the city’s existing 288 surveillance devices, which include 174 speeding cameras and 114 multifunction cameras.

The move is expected to reduce traffic accidents in the city, which has already faced 2,628 accidents so far this year.

The figure is a 7% increase from last year and includes the 3.2% increase in traffic-related fatalities.