Temple Cloud Average Speed Camera

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Temple Cloud resident David Wood has called on B&NES Council to install average speed cameras after dozens of residents suggested the plan on the doorstep and in writing.

Average speed cameras would clock cars as they enter and leave the village, to ensure they are doing a consistent 30 mph.

Local campaigner David Wood has said, "I believe that local people are the experts when it comes to doing what's best for the area and fixing our problems. People tell me on the doorstep that cars just speed up after they've been through the current speed camera, which pollutes our village even more.

"Needless to say Tory-run B&NES Council have said they are not interested. They don't care about us all the way out in Temple Cloud. We need people power to get the change we need."

 

We the undersigned call for average speed 'SPECS' cameras to be in place before and after Temple Cloud on the A37.

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