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Gloucestershire mobile speed camera priority locations for September 2021

Throughout the pandemic lockdown and the subsequent return towards normal traffic flows the Camera Enforcement Team (CET) have been visiting as many of the sites as possible, to act as a reminder to drivers about their behaviour and to enforce against those who have been driving at excessive speeds or committing other offences.

The expectation is that each of the following locations will be visited at least once per week during the month of September:

  • Hyde Lane, Swindon Village (30mph)
  • A4173 Near St Peters School (30mph)
  • B4060 Near Katherine Lady Berkley School (30mph)
  • Badgeworth Lane, Shurdington (30mph)
  • B4221 Picklenash School, Newent (30mph)
  • A433 Didmarton (30mph)

In an effort to reduce speeding in areas across the county, the priority sites will be advertised each month. Visits to the other sites will continue but emphasis will be placed on the advertised locations.

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