Thursday, 20 February 2014

More M25 speed cameras to clamp down on dangerous drivers . . .


More M25 speed cameras to clamp down on dangerous drivers . . .

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Grey speed cameras could soon be placed on the M25, to catch motorists exceeding the 70mph speed limit.

The cameras, which had previously only been on stretches of road with roadworks to enforce variable speed limits, will be put on the country’s busiest motorways.

The Highways Agency wants to introduce the “stealth cameras” to prevent traffic jams and create better traffic flow by controlling drivers’ speed.

The new cameras, part of the Highways Agency digital enforcement camera system, will be up and running on 100 mile of motorway in the next two years, with further rollout expected to cover 400 miles of road.

A spokesman for the Highways Agency said: “These are not stealth cameras they are more visible than they were before.

“These motorways are not about speed limits. They are about smoothing the traffic flows and increasing capacity.

“The onus is on the driver to abide by the speed limit.”

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