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North Yorkshire Police’s mobile safety camera locations 30 Nov – 6 Dec 2011

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Mobile Speed VanNorth Yorkshire will be carrying out mobile safety camera enforcement on the following roads between Wednesday 30 November and Tuesday 6 December 2011.

· A64 east-bound carriageway Bowbridge Farm Tadcaster

· A64 west-bound Carriageway, Bowbridge Farm, Tadcaster

· Ryecroft Avenue, Acomb,

· Temple Lane, Copmanthorpe, York

· A1036 Tadcaster Road, York

· A1237 Monks Cross, York

· North Lane, Huntington, York

· Strensall Road, Huntington, York

· Ox Carr Lane, Strensall, York

· The Village, Stockton-on-the-Forest, York

· York Road, Haxby, York

· New Lane, Huntington, York

· A64 Malton by-pass Malton east and west-bound

· A64 Seamer by-pass Scarborough

· A64 Seamer Road, Scarborough

· A64 between Whitwell Hill and Barton Hill

· A64 between Barton-le-Willows and Jinnah

· A171 Jugger Howe opposite Springhill Farm

· B1460 Castle Road, Whitby

· A171 south of Scaling Dam

· A169 Whitby to Pickering Road near to Goathland

· A169 Whitby to Pickering Road at High Horcum

· A171 North of Whitby at Kempston Rigg

· A171 Mayfield Road, Whitby

· Stoney Haggs Road, Scarborough, south-bound and towards Seamer Road

· A170 Scarborough to Thirsk Road at Snainton

· B1257 Helmsley – Stokesley, Road Newgate Bank

· A19 Crathorne

· A170 at Scawton Moor

· A170 Eastgate Pickering

· A170 Wilton

· A1039, Filey Road at Flixton

· A1039 Filey Road at Flixton

· B1427 Queen Margarets Road, Scarborough

· B1249 at Staxton Wold near Staxton, Scarborough

· A165 Reighton by-pass between Sands Road and Hunmanby Road

· B1249 Foxholes to County Boundary


The mobile safety cameras will be in operation at the above sites at various times during the dates stated. Cameras will not be in use on the above routes all day, every day. The above locations were accurate when this news release was produced.


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