The Hertfordshire Safety Camera Partnership was launched in 2002 as part of a national scheme. The sole aim is to reduce casualties on Hertfordshire's roads by the introduction of more safety cameras across the county.
Some speeding drivers in Hertfordshire will be offered the opportunity to attend a National Speed Awareness course in lieu of receiving a fixed penalty notice.
Hertfordshire Safety Camera Partnership is praising drivers on the M1 for sticking to the speed limit through the roadworks between junctions 10 and 6A. Between April 29 and June 19 just 3669 tickets were issued. This represents around 70 a day, with a traffic flow 150,000 vehicles a day.
Hertfordshire Safety Camera Partnership details
The Hertfordshire Safety Camera Partnership was launched in October 2002 following a successful bid to the Department for Transport (DfT) by Hertfordshire County Council, Hertfordshire Constabulary and Hertfordshire Magistrates Courts. The sole aim of the Partnership is to reduce the number of casualties on Hertfordshire's roads by the introduction of more safety cameras across the county.
The Hertfordshire Partnership is part of the national safety camera partnership scheme.
About Safety Cameras
Safety cameras are a proven method of reducing collisions involving speed and they have become another option available to help deal with speed related casualties.
They will primarily be used where there is a 30 or 40mph speed limit.
Do you know your speed limits? Check the pdf at the bottom of the page.
Criteria for New Sites
There are strict criteria regarding the use of cameras, including their siting and visibility. Static camera sites can only be positioned on a section of road, 1km in length, where there has been a minimum of fourfatal and/or serious collisions within a three year period. The criteria for mobile sites are for two fatal and/or serious collisions on a 1km section of road within a three year period.
All new cameras are painted bright yellow to make them easily identifiable to drivers.
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