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Road safety, Speed cameras, All of UK

Camera accident studies 'lack rigour'

Most speed camera studies across the world fail to provide robust evidence about their effectiveness in reducing accidents, according to a review published in the British Medical Journal. "The level of evidence is relatively poor, as most studies lack adequate comparison groups," conclude Paul Pilkington, a lecturer in public health at the University of the West of England, and Sanjay Kinra, a lecturer in epidemiology at the University of Bristol. Effectiveness of speed cameras in...

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