Gloucestershire’s Road Safety Partnership posts the locations of mobile speed detection vans in the county onto their website each month. The updated list is complemented with statistics from the previous month showing how many people have been flouting the law and how many people have been fined.
The December campaign focussed on some identified speeding locations in the Gloucester area and the A46. Each site visit lasts approximately one hour and the results were as follows:-
|Secunda Way, Gloucester (towards Llanthony Road)||15 in 2 visits|
|Secunda Way, Gloucester (towards Cole Avenue)||148 in 8 visits|
|Waterwells Drive, Quedgeley||121 in 6 visits|
|Estcourt Road, Gloucester||143 in 8 visits|
|B4060 Katherine Lady Berkeley's School||75 in 5 visits|
|A46 Bath Road, Stroud||52 in 5 visits|
Priority sites for January 2015 are based on KSI figures relating to accidents resulting in death or serious injury and will include:
- A4013 Princess Elizabeth Way
- Evesham Road
- A38 Berkeley Bridge
- B4215 South of Newent bypass (Malswick)
- B4008 Olympus Park, Bristol Road
The information is available to view at http://roadsafety-gloucestershire.org.uk The information is also posted on the Gloucestershire Police website http://www.gloucestershire.police.uk and Twitter feed @Glos_Police
The speed detection vans will continue to visit other areas across the county and operate on most days of the year.