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The first average speed cameras hit our streets more than a decade ago, when Nottingham City Council installed two pilot schemes on urban streets... continue
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In a time when UK road deaths are at record lows, with significant reductions in public sector spending and challenging trading conditions for the... continue
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Speed Cameras were switched back on in Oxfordshire last week, following implementation of a new funding mechanism by Thames Valley Police. The... continue
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Derby City Council is planning to decommission some of the city’s fixed site speed cameras. Over the next 12 months all sites will be reviewed... continue
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The UK’S first average speed camera system on an urban road  has commenced operation in East London. Transport for London has replaced... continue
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South Yorkshire Police has developed a new funding model to ensure the continued use of the conurbation’s safety cameras after the cessation of... continue
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Leeds City Council is installing bus lane enforcement cameras after a survey found that up to 500 drivers a day were illegally cutting through city... continue
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Many speed cameras in Staffordshire are to be decommissioned but will be left in place to deter motorists from speeding. There are 263 fixed camera... continue
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An academic's report claiming that the decommissioning of all speed cameras could lead to 800 additional killed and serious injuries a year has been... continue
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All fixed speed cameras in the West Midlands conurbation could be turned off on 1 April after the councils this week refused to provide the police... continue
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Shadow transport secretary Maria Eagle has said she wants to shed the image in some quarters that the Labour Party is anti-motorist. “By the... continue
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Suffolk County Council this week announced it would withdraw from the Suffolk Safety Camera Partnership from 1 April. David Chenery, Suffolk’s... continue
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Local Authorities will have to publish detailed information about speed cameras from April, road safety minister Mike Penning has announced. Penning... continue
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Ed Gibbins, Alsager ST7
The Marxist philosophy of Keith Peat is absurd. There isn’t a single piece of life-saving equipment that isn’t sold at a profit to... continue
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Councillors in East Sussex are calling for a change to the way the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership apportions safety camera enforcement between the... continue
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The pressure to retain the use of speed cameras grew this week as the RAC Foundation published a new report assessing the casualty reduction benefits... continue
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A new funding model is close to being agreed that should secure the long-term future of speed cameras on England’s road network. No official... continue
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Councillors in Somerset have approved major reductions to the transport service as part of council-wide budget cuts. Members have approved plans to... continue
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Speed Cameras in Oxfordshire are set to be switched back on in a ground-breaking funding deal struck between the  the county council and Thames... continue
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