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Road safety, Speed cameras, England, Wales

DfT asks safety camera partnerships to review case for all 'legacy' sites

The DfT has instructed all safety camera partnerships in England and Wales to review so-called 'legacy' speed camera sites and remove any that do not perform a casualty reduction function.

'Legacy' cameras are those that were installed before a police force area joined the national safety camera programme and did not have to meet the strict accident-related criteria that partnerships must use as the basis for selecting new sites. The DfT estimates there are about 250 legacy sites in...

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