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“When you put a camera in, the number of speeders always reduces.
Suddenly there’s no money coming in, so they drop the trigger speed from 38mph to 35mph to pay the bills,” says Reynolds. ” Stories of individual cameras racking up lottery incomes did further damage.
In an eye-opening reminder of the casual attitude to speed limits back then, the trial camera on the Thames bridge recorded an astonishing 22,939 drivers exceeding 65mph in 22 days, Reynolds told the Richmond and Twickenham Times back in 1992.
A traffic division sergeant with advanced photography skills, Reynolds was a natural choice to lead the development team comprised of Dutch camera maker Gatso, the government and Reynolds’s employer, the Metropolitan Police.
Most notorious is site 050, the M11 southbound camera near Chigwell in Essex, installed in 2000 at the point the motorway limit drops from 70mph to 50mph.
In 2003, 9,639 drivers were prosecuted, netting more than half a million pounds.
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“We used all sorts of methods, [including] when you put a tyre round it and light a rag soaked in unleaded, to burning it out with Thermite and low-level stuff like spraying it with paint.” Hate figures emerged, most notably the chief constable of North Wales, Richard Brunstrom.Hi Russell, Just wanted to say a big thank you for providing the photo booth on Saturday.All the guests really enjoyed the night and Lee was extremely helpful and professional throughout.It meant camera numbers multiplied from 1,600 in 2000 to 4,737 in 2007, according to AA figures.But the partnerships hadn’t factored in the effectiveness of the cameras.