36 mobile speed camera sites across Dorset

36 mobile speed camera sites across Dorset

36 mobile speed camera sites across Dorset

First published in News
Last updated

These are the locations where Dorset Road Safe operate mobile cameras on a regular basis:

  • B3154 Chickerell Road Weymouth
  • B3156 Lanehouse Rocks Road Weymouth
  • A353 Preston Road Weymouth
  • Weston Road Portland
  • A35 Dorchester Road Near Walditch
  • A35 Chideock Hill Chideock
  • A35 Winterborne Abbas
  • A35 at Watton
  • A31 at Winterborne Zelston
  • A30 Babylon Hill towars Yeovil

Also at:

  • A35 Barrack Road Christchurch
  • Constitution Hill Road Poole
  • B3065 The Avenue Poole
  • Charminster Avenue Moordown Bournemouth
  • B3369 Sandbanks Road Poole
  • Stone Lane Wimbourne Minster
  • B3074 Higher Blandford Road Broadstone
  • Poole Poole Road Upton
  • A350 Holes Bay Road Poole
  • A3049 Dorset Way Poole (Holes Bay Road to Tower Park)
  • A350 Upton Country Park to A35 j/w Creekmoor
  • A338 Wessex Way at Cooper Dean
  • A35 Upton Road Poole
  • A348 Ringwood Road near Bear Cross Roundabout
  • A338 Spur Road Bournemouth toward Ringwood
  • B3065 Pinecliff Road Poole toward Branksome Chine Southborne
  • Overcliff Drive Bournemouth
  • Littledown Avenue Bournemouth
  • Dorchester Road Oakdale Poole
  • B3072 Station Road West Moors
  • A37 Staggs Folly
  • A37 Long Ash Lane West Way Bournemouth
  • A3049 Dorset Way Old Wareham Road Poole
  • A37 Holywell Cross

The Partnership reserves the right to operate at any site within the county at any time on an occasional basis, in reaction to speed complaints, partnership or community concerns

Comments (6)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

8:37pm Wed 7 May 14

Laadeeda says...

Only 36, seems a lot more!!!!!!
Only 36, seems a lot more!!!!!! Laadeeda
  • Score: 0

9:17pm Wed 7 May 14

connie68 says...

If their so intent on catching speeders, why tell them!!
If their so intent on catching speeders, why tell them!! connie68
  • Score: -2

9:58pm Wed 7 May 14

IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE says...

Dorset Road Safe do not supply these lists to the Echo.This is a rubbish list generated by the Echo themselves by copying.
Dorset Road Safe do not supply these lists to the Echo.This is a rubbish list generated by the Echo themselves by copying. IDONTKNOWIFITISTRRUE
  • Score: 1

6:55am Thu 8 May 14

Polyvista says...

I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him?
I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him? Polyvista
  • Score: 0

11:11am Thu 8 May 14

angrydorseter says...

Polyvista wrote:
I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him?
Most two-way radios are exempt - see taxis etc.
[quote][p][bold]Polyvista[/bold] wrote: I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him?[/p][/quote]Most two-way radios are exempt - see taxis etc. angrydorseter
  • Score: 1

7:34pm Thu 8 May 14

Polyvista says...

angrydorseter wrote:
Polyvista wrote:
I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him?
Most two-way radios are exempt - see taxis etc.
I don't see how this is any less dangerous than using a mobile 'phone! It only goes to show The Law is an ****!
[quote][p][bold]angrydorseter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Polyvista[/bold] wrote: I saw the Preston beach road re-surfacing gang 'Follow Me' driver using a Hand Held Mobile Communication Device, namely a Two Way Radio, whilst driving along the road. Was this an Offence or is he considered so highly trained that the Law does not apply to him?[/p][/quote]Most two-way radios are exempt - see taxis etc.[/p][/quote]I don't see how this is any less dangerous than using a mobile 'phone! It only goes to show The Law is an ****! Polyvista
  • Score: 0

Comments are closed on this article.

Send us your news, pictures and videos

Most read stories

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree