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Jenny Frost

What evidence is there that speeding is 'endemic' on the A43, that speed is the cause of the accidents which have occurred here and therefore that speed cameras will be effective?
I use the road daily and rarely achieve over 40mph because of the heavy rates of traffic. I don't argue with the fact the road is dangerous, however I believe that increased policing for dangerous driving, tailgating etc. which are not tackled by speed cameras would be more effective than average speed cameras which simply switch off drivers' concentration over long distances.

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