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Local Transport Today
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Transport for London has released data on the locations and collision histories for safety cameras across the capital. The data covers the period... continue
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A £2m programme is underway to upgrade speed and red light camera sites in the Essex area from wet film to digital technology.  The Essex... continue
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In brief
An average speed camera system on the A9 in Scotland should go live in October. The system, using Vysionics SPECS3 equipment, is being installed on... continue
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Andrew Forster
A patchwork of arrangements for speed and red light camera enforcement is emerging  in the Avon and Somerset police force area, as councils... continue
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Richard Owen was partnership operations manager for the Thames Valley Safer Roads Partnership from 2004 until its demise in 2011. He is now... continue
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News extra
Andrew Forster
Do fixed speed cameras cut accidents, or are the recorded reductions nothing to do with the cameras at all? Organisations responsible for camera... continue
Local Transport Today
In brief
The use of temporary fixed speed cameras should be considered as a way of enforcing speed limits on local roads, says North Lanarkshire... continue
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News
Transport Scotland has awarded Vysionics the contract to install an average speed camera system over 137 miles of the A9 between Dunblane and... continue
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The Highways Agency has awarded Redflex Traffic Systems Ltd a further contract to supply new digital speed enforcement camera systems for... continue
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Let us hear no more whinging about the state of the transport planning profession because, according to a survey by freelance recruitment website... continue
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Transport for London will install rear-facing average speed cameras on the A13 and on the proposed average speed camera trial routes (A406, A40, A2... continue
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Transport scotland is consulting on whether to relax the criteria for where speed cameras are installed.  The consultation asks if the remit of... continue
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Andrew Forster
Essex County Council is exploring the possible introduction of a mandatory variable speed limit on a busy dual carriageway in the county. The... continue
Local Transport Today
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Transport Scotland is pressing ahead with plans to install average speed cameras on  136 miles of the A9 between Dunblane and Inverness, despite... continue
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Letters to the editor
Idris Francis, Petersfield, Hants GU32
Professor Richard Allsop’s new 22% estimate for killed and serious injury reductions due to speed cameras, lower than his 2010 figure of 43%... continue
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Local Transport Today
When asked to think of influential organisations in the transport debate the Advertising Standards Authority wouldn’t be at the front of most... continue
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A professor has halved his estimate for the number of killed and serious injuries prevented by speed cameras after using a new  method to... continue
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Speed cameras are to make a return to roads in the West Midlands conurbation and in Bristol.  In the West Midlands councils and the police are... continue
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Transport Scotland  is leading a review of Scotland’s speed and red light camera programme.  The review of the Scottish Safety Camera... continue
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The Scottish Government is to increase the speed limit for goods vehicles over 7.5 tonnes on single carriageway sections of the A9 between Perth and... continue
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