A new system for fining motorists caught speeding will be presented to Cabinet today.
It would see people charged a higher amount the more they're over the limit.
So someone caught 10 kilometres an hour over will get two penalty points and an €80 fine.
But a driver 30 kilometres over would get six points on their licence and a €200 fine.
According to the Irish Times, Transport Minister Shane Ross will also propose an €80 fine and automatic penalty points for any driver who doesn't have their licence to hand if they're pulled over by Gardai.
Update: 9.50am: The AA's Conor Faughnan thinks enforcement is a big problem:
"I would consider it a much more impactful measure if Shane Ross was announcing a doubling of the Dublin Garda Traffic Corp.
"That might be far less eye-catching, but it is far more important," he added.
- Digital Desk