Three more roads in Coventry are getting new average speed enforcement systems.
Holyhead Road, Allesley Old Road and Allard Way will be getting the cameras in a council attempt to slow down drivers and improve road safety.
The cameras are due to be switched on at the end of this month.
The Coventry Live website quotes Councillor Patricia Hetherton, cabinet member for city services as saying: “We have shown with the other ASE schemes we have introduced across the city that these cameras work to reduce the severity and number of personal injuries.
“Road safety is a priority for the council and drivers should be getting used to these schemes by now and realise how irresponsible speeding is unacceptable. Avoidable collisions caused by speed and driving dangerously affects many people, so anything done to reduce this is great news for all residents.”
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