How Trench Lock Roundabout Speed Cameras Work
Just before the speed camera there is a sign warning you of it - AND - a repeater sign to remind you that it is 30mph BEFORE you go past it
Trench Lock Roundabout Speed Cameras operate using a combination of radar and image capture technology. When a vehicle enters the roundabout, the radar detects its speed and triggers the camera if it exceeds the posted speed limit. The camera captures clear images of the violating vehicle, including its license plate. These images serve as crucial evidence for issuing speeding tickets or fines to the respective vehicle owners.
Additionally, the collected data from these cameras can be used for traffic analysis, identifying patterns of speeding, and evaluating the effectiveness of road safety measures. This data-driven approach enables authorities to make informed decisions to further enhance road safety.