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Cheshire Speed Camera Location

GatsoNearest Town/village: Chester
Road Name: A5116 - Liverpool Road
Direction of Camera: Northbound
Speed Limit: 40mph

Speed Camera Details: 75yards before Dale Camp left entrance off roundabout approx. 400yards after old established camera opposite Frog Public House on same road. This camera is a new digital Gatso type.

Camera reference number: NWCH053

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The above camera location uses a Gatso camera. The static Gatso is the most widely used camera in the UK and uses radar technology.

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Cheshire Road Safety Group

The Cheshire Road Safety Group, which replaced the Cheshire Safer Roads Partnership (CSRP) in 2011, aims to reduce the number of people killed or injured on Cheshire roads by encouraging greater compliance of speed limits through the operation and maintenance of speed and red-light safety cameras. Learn more

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