Speed cameras installed on A64 in North Yorkshire will catch drivers exceeding 40mph limit

A series of average-speed cameras have been installed on a section of the A64 in North Yorkshire ahead of work by Highways England to replace the central reservation barriers.
The cameras will track the speed of drivers travelling between Bramham and Tadcaster Bar, with anyone travelling at more than 40mph on average being issued with a ticket.
They had not been activated yesterday but are due to be operational throughout the works, which are scheduled to last between two and three months.
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6 February 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 23
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