New speed cameras in Stoke-on-Trent catch more than 1,000 speeding motorists

new Staffordshire speed cameras new Staffordshire speed cameras

New speed cameras installed throughout Stoke-on-Trent have captured 1,042 speeding motorists less than six months after they were installed. 

The new cameras, positioned in Hanley, Baddeley Green, Trent Vale, and Sneyd Green, were installed in January. 

Most speeding cars were snapped on the A34, which has caught a total of 635 dangerous drivers in Trent Vale since January. 

249 drivers were captured driving dangerously on the A53, between Sneyd Green and Stockton Brook, and 158 on Hanley’s ring road. 

Radars are used on the new cameras to measure speed more accurately. 

The new devices also deliver high-quality images, which allows for other crimes to be detected in addition to driving over the speeding limit. 

The new cameras were funded by the Staffordshire Safer Roads Partnership (SSRP). 

Add a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Keep Up to Date with the Most Important News

By pressing the Subscribe button, you confirm that you have read and are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use