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Where mobile speed cameras will be in Suffolk today

11:25 08 March 2016

A mobile speed camera van monitors traffic

A mobile speed camera van monitors traffic

Speeding drivers on the A140 and A143 will be targeted by Suffolk road policing teams today.

Mobile speed cameras are set to be in place around:

• Hemingstone

• Barking

• Great Finborough

• Great Blakenham

Meanwhile, speed checks will be taking place on the A140 and A143 throughout the day.

For the latest motoring updates visit www.eadt.co.uk/motoring

2 comments

  • Although this is helpful information, the photo is misleading. That is not a vehicle currently used by Suffolk Police. The vehicles now in use by Suffolk are not as vigorously marked with yellow and red stripes as the one in the image. The Police also announce their intended presence on their Faceb00k page.

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    Steve Blake

    Tuesday, March 8, 2016

  • Although this is helpful information, the photo is misleading. That is not a vehicle currently used by Suffolk Police. The vehicles now in use by Suffolk are not as vigorously marked with yellow and red stripes as the one in the image. The Police also announce their intended presence on their Faceb00k page.

    Report this comment

    Steve Blake

    Tuesday, March 8, 2016

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