London to get trial of Average Speed Cameras

London to get trial of Average Speed Cameras in four locations across the capital.

Transport for London (TfL) is setting up a network of cameras that will monitor speed along a stretch of road, preventing road users from slowing down at cameras then speeding up again as they may do with the more conventional static roadside solus cameras.


The four trial sites are on the A406, Hanger Lane to Bounds Green Road; on the A40, Polish War Memorial to Paddington slip road; on the A2, Black Prince to Tunnel Avenue; and on the A316, M3 to Hogarth roundabout.

Mayor Boris Johnson had asked for the cameras to be installed at a limited number of sites to: “Further asses their operational benefits.”

The trial will run for two years before a decision is made on expanding the placement of the cameras.

Tony Carter

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