Mobile speed camera locations across Stroud

Stroud News and Journal: Mobile speed cameras will be at the following locations Mobile speed cameras will be at the following locations

MOBILE speed cameras will be at the following locations across the county this week:

• B4008 Gloucester Road, Stonehouse (30mph)

• A419 Oldends Lane to Stonehouse Court (40mph)

• A46 Bath Road, Stroud (30mph)

• Minchinhampton Common (40mph)

• A46 North of Nailsworth (40mph)

Fixed cameras are at the following locations:

• A38 Whitminster (40mph)

• A419 Cainscross Road, Marling school (30mph)

• A419 Cainscross Road, Lodgemore Lane

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12:16pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum says...

Have these people got nothing better to do?

Maybe trying to catch the person(s) that killed that poor badger.
Have these people got nothing better to do? Maybe trying to catch the person(s) that killed that poor badger. Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum
  • Score: -7

12:48pm Thu 17 Apr 14

John Smith II says...

Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum wrote:
Have these people got nothing better to do? Maybe trying to catch the person(s) that killed that poor badger.
Why? - what is wrong with enforcing laws that are there to protect innocent people from death and serious injury?

Would you ask the same questions if you were in a car that was hit by another that was exceeding the speed limit?
[quote][p][bold]Supreme Chancellor Finis Valorum[/bold] wrote: Have these people got nothing better to do? Maybe trying to catch the person(s) that killed that poor badger.[/p][/quote]Why? - what is wrong with enforcing laws that are there to protect innocent people from death and serious injury? Would you ask the same questions if you were in a car that was hit by another that was exceeding the speed limit? John Smith II
  • Score: 5

10:52pm Thu 17 Apr 14

TigerTigerBurningBright says...

85% of drivers admit to breaking the law. It's good that there is at least a half-heated attempt to reduce this number.

"Hey, burglars, we'll be in these areas next week, so why not burgle somewhere else."
85% of drivers admit to breaking the law. It's good that there is at least a half-heated attempt to reduce this number. "Hey, burglars, we'll be in these areas next week, so why not burgle somewhere else." TigerTigerBurningBright
  • Score: 3

10:53pm Thu 17 Apr 14

TigerTigerBurningBright says...

or even a half-hearted attempt :)
or even a half-hearted attempt :) TigerTigerBurningBright
  • Score: -2

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