Update on average speed enforcement (ASE) cameras

By on 15/07/2016 in Cllr Stacey, News

New average speed enforcement (ASE) cameras, which were due to be switched on in Birmingham and Solihull on July 18, are now set to be switched on by August 8 instead. This is due to delays caused by unseasonably wet weather, which impacted on technical work and testing which needed to take place ahead of the switch-on.

Councillor Stewart Stacey, cabinet member for transport and roads at Birmingham City Council, said: “The terrible weather we have been having this summer has prevented our contractors fitting and testing all of the equipment needed for switch-on on Monday. We now hope to be ready for  August 8, but in the meantime, I would remind motorists of the need to drive within the speed limits set by law to keep our roads safe for everyone.”


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