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Warning: This is where mobile speed cameras will be sited in March

Drivers are being alerted to the location of mobile speed cameras throughout Gloucestershire in March.

The sites have been revealed by the Gloucestershire's Road Safety Mobile Camera Enforcement Unit which is committed to reducing risks to road users caused by vehicles travelling at excessive speeds.

The sites are:

Priority sites for March 2019 are focusing on A40, Cotswolds, from Whittington to the county boundary.

• Sherborne

• Andoversford

• Hampnett

• Farmington

The Mobile Camera Enforcement Unit will endeavour to visit other mobile enforcement sites throughout the county, but motorists should expect a regular presence at these sites in March.

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