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No more speed cameras for Oxfordshire

According to reports, there will be no more speed cameras installed on the roads of Oxfordshire this year.

A temporary ban on the installation of fixed mobile speed cameras has been imposed by Alistair Darling, the Transport Secretary.

Fixed speed cameras in the Witney area include one on Oxford Hill, one on the main road through Long Hanborough and one on the A40 between the Burford roundabout (junction of A40 and A361) and the roundabout at the start of the dual carriageway where the A40 meets the A4047 Burford Road

Posted : 05/04/2006 14:39:50

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