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Revised guidance from RACF

6 December 2013

After useful feedback and debate, the RAC Foundation has now published a revised version of Professor Allsop's guidance on the use of speed camera transparency data.

Analysis of data for 551 fixed speed cameras in 9 areas shows that on average the number of fatal and serious collisions in their vicinity fell by more than a fifth (22%) after their installation.

The data for each of 9 areas can be found here
 

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