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New average speed cameras go live in southwest London

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Average speed cameras on the A316 are going live today (Monday) as part of TfL’s 250-camera upgrade across the Capital.

The cameras replace wet film fixed point ones on the A316.

Local media, including the yourlocalguardian.co.uk website quotes TfL’s head of surface strategy, Lillia Matson, as saying, “The new cameras are part of our programme of upgrading old, out of date, wet-film safety cameras, and ensuring our roads continue to benefit from the safety of such installations.

“Four stretches of road, including the A316, have been identified as being better suited to the modern average speed camera system to mitigate drivers speeding and help to reduce collisions resulting in death or serious injury.”

 
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