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Strathclyde Cumbernauld Road Speed Camera Location

Speed Camera: Gatso
Nearest Town/Village: Moodiesburn
Road Name: Cumbernauld Road
Direction of enforcement: Westbound
Speed Limit: 30mph
Camera reference number: SCS038

Speed Camera Details: Travelling along Cumbernauld Road towards Moodiesburn. Approaching Moodiesburn you go downhill and enter the 30mph zone (huge signs either side of the road) start braking gently immediately, 20 or 30metres later you'll see the calibration markers on both lanes. BEWARE: It may have "huge signs" but at night in the rain, when you're not expecting a 30mph limit in a dual carriageway, WATCH OUT!

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