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Lack of road camera signs cuts accidents

Mark Moran

Cumbria’s Road Safety Partnership says its policy of not signing speed camera locations has helped bring down road accident fatalities on the county’s roads.

Cumbria introduced its Random Road Watch (RRW) policy when the national safety camera programme ended in April 2007. Until then, the partnership had established 50 sites that were signed and monitored using mobile cameras.

Since then the partnership has increased the number of locations where mobile enforcement takes place to...

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