Mobile speed cameras in Grimsby and Scunthorpe areas, April 15-21, including the M180 at Beltoft

Great Coates Road, Grimsby, will be among the sites visited by mobile speed camera vans in the coming days.

Speeds will also be monitored around Brigg in the week ahead. Enforcement officers will also be visiting a number of other routes.

Drivers can see where the mobile cameras are likely to be situated through the daily enforcement schedule on the Safer Roads Humber website[1]. However, not all locations are listed on the schedule, so motorists should take care and exercise caution when driving in the region.

Humberside Police[2], in partnership with Safer Roads Humber, will be at several other sites throughout the week that are not listed below. Humberside Police reserves the right to enforce speed limits on any road, at any time.

Mobile speed cameras will be in the following Grimsby and Scunthorpe areas:

  • MON April 15: B1206 Scawby Road/Scawby Brook – Brigg
  • TUE April 16: Great Coates Road – Grimsby
  • WED April 17: M180/west of River Trent – Beltoft
  • THU April 18: Moorwell Road – Scunthorpe
  • FRI April 19: A180 between A160 and A1173
  • SAT April 20: Sites across the region
  • SUN April 21: Sites across the region
  • For those crossing the Humber Bridge[3] to the North Bank, mobile cameras will be in the following locations:

  • MON April 15: Magdalen Lane – Hedon
  • TUE April 16: A614 – Londesborough roundabout to Middleton on the Wolds
  • WED April 17: B1249 – Between Octon crossroads and Langtoft
  • THU April 18: A1035 – Seaton
  • FRI April 19: Little Weighton Road – Skidby
  • SAT April 20: Sites across the region
  • SUN April 21: Sites across the region
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