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More than 817 people caught speeding in Gloucestershire last month

In November, 817 people were caught speeding at the seven priority sites visited by mobile speed cameras over the duration of the month. This does not include any speeding charges picked up by the fixed speed cameras and at other locations.

On Evesham Road, towards the racecourse, where the speed limit was 30mph, 37 people were caught exceeding the speed limit and 2 on other offences. Other offences include not wearing seatbelts and talking on a mobile phone.

King Edward Avenue, from Stroud Road had a speed limit of 20mph; 100 people were caught exceeding the speed limit and 6 on other offences.

Corinium Avenue at Junction with Sawmills End was restricted to 30mph, this site saw the most action with 375 people caught exceeding the speed limit. No other offences were caught here.

A4173 Brookthorpe had a 30mph speed limit. 54 people were caught exceeding the limit here and 1 on another offence.

Stoke Road, Stoke Orchard has a 30mph speed limit. 108 people were caught exceeding it and 3 on other offences at this site.

The A48, Chaxhill had a 50mph speed limit.

35 people were caught exceeding the speed limit and 6 on other offences.

Grove Lane, Cirencester (A435) had a 40mph limit. 108 people were caught exceeding the speed limit and 3 on other offences.

Be aware of the speed limit, and any changes due to roadworks. Find this month's mobile speed camera locations here.

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