Rotherham mobile speed camera locations

By Michael Upton | 06/03/2018

Rotherham mobile speed camera locations

MOBILE speed cameras will be used in an effort to cut motorists speed and improve safety on the roads during patrols.

Officers will be using the devices at the various roadside locations until Sunday at routes including: 
Kilnhurst Road, Rawmarsh
A6109 Meadow Bank Road, Kimberworth
A630 Doncaster Road, Thrybergh
A629 Wortley Road, Kimberworth
 A633 Sandygate, Wath
B6097 Doncaster Road, Wath
B6059 Wales Road, Kiveton Park
B6059 Station Road, Kiveton
A631 Bawtry Road, Brinsworth
A57 Worksop Road, South Anston
A6022 Rowms Lane, Swinton
A630 Doncaster Road, Conisbrough
A630 Sheffield Road, Warmsworth
Broomhouse Lane, Edlington
Melton Road, Sprotborough
B6463 Stripe Road, Tickhill
Old Road, Conisbrough
Low Road, Conisbrough

From Monday, they will be on patrol at locations including: 
A6123 Herringthorpe Valley Road
A618 Mansfield Road, Wales Bar
A629 Upper Wortley Rd, Thorpe Hesley
A630 Doncaster Road
A631 Bawtry Road, Wickersley
A631 Rotherham Road, Maltby
Fenton Road, Rotherham
Worksop Road, Aston
A6023 Doncaster Road, Mexborough, Doncaster
A630 High Road, Balby
A630 Warmsworth Road, Doncaster

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