Published on 8 July 2019
A number of new average speed camera routes are under consideration across the West Midlands in order to reduce speed and the number of road casualties. The introduction of average speed enforcement has been successful in reducing road accidents in a number of areas has been hugely successful and so the prospect of expanding this operation is under consideration. This will help to improve traffic speeds along the route and ensure a consistent approach to the delivery of speed enforcement across the West Midlands.
Where are they going to be?
Areas currently under consideration include:
• Stafford Road (A449)
• Black Country New Road (A4444)
• Walsall A34 Birmingham Road
• Broadway North and A41 Black Country New Road
• Birmingham New Road (A4123)
• A458 that connect Lye to Halesowen Sandwell
• A34 Birmingham Rd (between Scott Arms and Walsall Boundary)
• A4123 Wolverhampton Road (between Hagley Road and Pound Road)
Further information on if and when any of these sites go live will be given in due course.