Lancashire chooses SPECS3 VECTOR average speed enforcement cameras from Jenoptik for eight routes through the county.

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9th January 2017

Lancashire chooses SPECS3 VECTOR average speed enforcement cameras from Jenoptik for eight routes through the county.

Eight routes where thirteen people have lost their lives in road accidents in almost six years (01/01/2011 to 01/10/2016) are being targeted in a bid to cut down on the number of casualties. The routes across Lancashire have seen a total of four hundred and six casualties with sixty two people suffering serious or life changing injuries since 2011.

Jenoptik’s SPECS3 VECTOR cameras have been selected and installation work will begin on Monday 9 January on the first route, the A6 London Road, Preston, between the Capitol Centre (Winery Road) and Albyn Street East, with enforcement likely to begin around March. The seven other routes will have a staggered installation period with all cameras in force by the end of 2017.

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