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    idleone wrote:
    Not so simple wrote:
    Freedom of travel? Don't think so! I'm sure most motorists understand that wreckless/drink drivers need to be locked up: but why is the Police collecting taxes for the government: remember your Oathes are to serve and protect the people under COMMON LAW. These fines Are extra judicial and not constitutionally allowed: in otherwords the fines and points are against our laws and restrict our travel/ rights of passage.

    Of course most won't understand whT I'm saying or implying and will probably hate this post:::::u sheeple
    Exceeding the speed limit is a criminal offence contrary to the road traffic act. The police are NOT collecting tax, they are assisting in the prosecution of criminal activity and saving lives. I'm sure if a child of yours was killed by someone travelling at 40 in a 30 you would see differently. Speeding motorists kill innocents .... Simple.
    If you receive a Fixed Penalty Notice, whether it's for speeding, shoplifting or whatever - you don't get a criminal record.

    As for the old chestnut about killing children - don't drive at all unless it's absolutely necessary - You MIGHT hit a small child"
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Mobile speed camera locations across the Bradford district this week – beginning Sunday, April 27

Mobile speed camera locations across Bradford this week

Mobile speed camera locations across Bradford this week

First published in News

Enforcement locations for police mobile safety cameras for week commencing Sunday April 27, 2014 in the Bradford district:

Map locations marked are an approximate guide to police mobile camera locations, not to be taken as an accurate position

(A) A647 Great Horton Road, Bradford – between Cooper Lane & Moore Avenue

(B) A650 Bradford Road, Frizinghall – between Emm Lane & Otley Road

(C) B6145 Thornton Road, Bradford – between Bell Dean Road & Lane Ends Close

(D) B6145 Thornton Road, Bradford – between Kipping Lane to Hoyle Ing Road

(E) B6145 Thornton Road, Bradford – between A629 Halifax Road & 300m north east of A644

(F) B6145 Thornton Road, Bradford – between Camomile Court & Kipping Lane

(G) B6145 Thornton Road, Bradford – between Lane Ends Close & Glynn Terrace

(H) B6380 Beacon Road, Bradford – between Stephen Road & Wibsey Roundabout

(I) Gain Lane, Bradford – between Fagley Road & Leeds Road

(J) Moore Avenue, Bradford – between Mount Road & Great Horton Road

(K) A629 Halifax Road, Keighley – between Dorothy Street & Victoria Road

(L) A65 Otley Road, Guiseley – between A6038 and B6153

(M) A651 Bradford Road, Birkenshaw – between Oakroyd Drive & North View Road

(N) A629 Halifax Road/Keighley Road, Cullingworth – between Manywells Brow & Carr Lane

(O) A657 Leeds Road, Thackley – between Cross Roads and A658 Harrogate Road

(P) Cutler Heights Lane/Dick Lane, Bradford – between Fenby Avenue & Sutton Road

(Q) A644 Brighouse Road/Brighouse And Denholme Road – between A629 Halifax Road & Deep Lane

(R) A658 Harrogate Road, Bradford – between Killinghall Road & Pullan Avenue

(S) A6038 Otley Road – between Midland Road & Roundwood Road

(T) Hightown Road, Cleckheaton – between Westgate & Halifax Road

(U) Dick Lane, Bradford – between Sutton Road & Gipsy Street

(V) Bradford Road, Clayton – between Crestville Road & Pasture Lane

(W) Toller Lane, Bradford – between Lilycroft Road & Ashwell Road

(X) A657 Leeds Road, Thackley – between Crooked Lane & Cross Road A6177

(Y) Mayo Avenue, Bradford – between Manchester Road and Rooley Lane

These locations are accurate at the time of publication, but are subject to alteration without further notice.

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