Speed clampdown at Brixingtoin

PUBLISHED: 01:01 31 January 2008 | UPDATED: 08:48 10 June 2010

POLICE are warning speeding drivers to slow down or face the consequences as they launch a clamp-down on dangerous driving in the Brixington area. Mobile speed cameras will be rolled out over the next few months to monitor drivers in Marley Road, after po

POLICE are warning speeding drivers to slow down or face the consequences as they launch a clamp-down on dangerous driving in the Brixington area.Mobile speed cameras will be rolled out over the next few months to monitor drivers in Marley Road, after police received a number of complaints from residents, including reports of drivers speeding along at almost 50mph in a 30mph zone.Said PCSO Stuart Penny: "We have had lots of complaints regarding speeding traffic along Higher Marley Road over the past six months."It seems people are using the road as a rat-run to get from Woodbury to Exmouth."We are sending a warning to drivers that action will be taken."Speed cameras will be in operation from next week.


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