Mobile speed camera sites confirmed
The police have confirmed the lest of sites a which its mobile camera vans will be operating for the next week Click They include:
- Tadcaster Road, Dringhouses, York – Community concern
- B1228 Dunnington Lodge, Elvington – Community concern
- Millfield Lane, Poppleton, York – Community concern
- Strensall Road, Huntington, York – Community concern
- A64 Westbound Malton by-pass – Community concern
- A64 Westbound Tadcaster by-pass – Killed or seriously injured
- A64 west-bound, Heslington York – Killed or seriously injured
- A64 west-bound, Street Houses, Bilborough – Killed or seriously injured
- A64 west-bound, Wharfe Bridge, Tadcaster – Killed or seriously injured
- A64 west-bound, Whitwell Hill – Community concern
Mobile safety camera routes week commencing 30 April 2014
Below are the enforcement locations for North Yorkshire Police’s mobile safety cameras for week commencing Wednesday 30 April 2014.
The safety cameras are now more visible then ever before with each of the three vehicles bearing the same hi-vis livery as North Yorkshire Police’s marked vehicle fleet.
Disabled busker racially abused in York city centre
York police are appealing for witnesses after a disabled man was racially abused in the city centre.
The victim, an eastern European man aged in his mid to late 20’s who has no legs, was sitting on his skateboard busking on Coney Street when he was approached by a man at around 12pm on Saturday 26 April 2014.
Poster campaign alerts drivers to cycle safety
A poster and billboard campaign has begun across North Yorkshire urging motorists to drive with the safety of pedal and motor cyclists in mind.
The county council, along with North Yorkshire Police, have launched a new ‘Think! Bike campaign with posters and hoardings displayed in urban areas and along popular cycling and motorbike routes. The first billboard went up in Harrogate this week.
With more cyclists expected to take to the county’s roads in the run-up to the Tour de France, the county council’s road safety team in partnership with the police are running a cyclist and biker awareness campaign aimed at motorists in an attempt to reduce the number of casualties. The purpose is to get motorists to drive with consideration for other road users, especially before turning or changing direction.
Below are the enforcement locations for North Yorkshire Police’s mobile safety cameras for week commencing Wednesday 26 February 2014.
All safety camera locations are published on the force website along with an explanation of the various route types.
You can view the results of the safety camera enforcement activity on this web page Deployment and results. Up to date data for the previous week is uploaded every Tuesday and can be interrogated by route and date ranges.