The 100th permanent SPECS installation goes live.

by | Nov 6, 2017

6th November 2017

The B6232 Grane Road, Lancashire, is the 100th route to benefit from the operation of Jenoptik’s SPECS Average Speed Enforcement cameras.

SPECS3 VECTOR cameras are now operational for enforcement between Junction 5 of the M65 near Belthorn through to the A56 at Haslingden, covering eight kilometres of rural road with a significant collision and casualty history.

Highly conspicuous, passively safe columns supported by ‘Average Speed Check’ signs have been used throughout the route to ensure that drivers are aware that their average speed is being monitored. In addition, unique VECTOR IR (Infra-Red) floodlighting provides clear night time images, even where there is no visible street lighting.

More information about Lancashire’s SPECS average speed cameras can be found on the constabulary website.