Town to get first fixed speed camera
Oswestry’s first ever fixed speed camera will be installed in the next few weeks after nearly a year of delays, it emerged today.
The pole and casing for the speed trap, which will go up on Gobowen Road, will be ordered by officials from Shropshire County Council during the next couple of days and should arrive soon after.
But it will take several more weeks before the camera goes live in the 30mph zone.
Heather Mead, communications director for West Mercia Safety Camera Partnership, today said it was too early to give an exact date for the camera switch-on.
The average speed of drivers along Gobowen Road has been clocked at 37mph and bosses are desperate to get the camera up to improve safety.
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