Speed cameras – where they will be in Anglesey and Gwynedd in June

Speeding is one of the largest contributing factors to collisions on Welsh roads according to GoSafe – a partnership of authorities including the Welsh Government and emergency services.

Not only is it dangerous but it can land you a fine and three points on your licence. 

The minimum penalty for speeding is a £100 fine and three penalty points.

Speed monitoring using mobile cameras takes place up and down the region throughout the year and June will be no different.

Here are the locations in Anglesey and Gwynedd where mobile speed cameras will be in force this month:


  • A545, Menai Bridge 

  • A4080 Brynsiencyn Road (near Lon Pwllfanogl), Llanfair PG

  • A4080 Brynsiencyn Road (30mph section), Brynsiencyn

  • A5025, Pentraeth

  • A5025, Benllech

  • B5110, Marian Glas

  • A5108 Moelfre

  • A5025, Cerrig-Man

  • A5025 Trgele, Cemaes Bay

  • A5025 Llanfaethlu

  • A4080, Engedi

  • A5114 Glanhwfa Road, Llangefni

  • Llangefni Link Road, Llangefni

  • A5, Gaerwen

  • Kelly’s Farm, Llanddaniel Fab


  • A4244, Pentir

  • Bangor Street, Y Felinheli

  • A487 Felinheli Bypass

  • B4366 Bethel Road, Bethel

  • B4366 Bethel Road, Caernarfon

  • A499, Pontllyfni

  • A487 North Road, Caernarfon

  • A4086, Nant Peris

  • B4417 (near Ysgol Gynradd Nefyn), Nefyn

  • B4413, Pen Y Groeslon

  • B4413, Rhoshirwaun

  • Lon Sarn Bach, Abersoch

  • A499 (near Fach Farm Caravan Park), Abersoch

  • A497 Lon Abererch, Pwllheli

  • A497, Pentrefelin

  • Ffordd Morfa Bychan

  • A498, Prenteg

  • A496, Llanfair

  • A470, Ganllwyd

  • Ffordd Ty’n Coed, Barmouth Road

  • A493, Arthog

  • A493, Ffriog

  • A487, Corris Uchaf

  • A493, Cwrt

  • B4391, Bala

  • A4212, Frongoch

​GoSafe say vehicles are staffed by fully trained Police staff or Police Officers, who watch the speed of vehicles passing the vans.

If they believe a vehicle is exceeding the speed limit, they use the on-board Speedscope equipment in order to verify and record it as evidence.

All offences are recorded onto digital storage cards and sent to the Central Ticket Office for processing.

Speedscope can be trained on vehicles up to 1,000 metres away, although most work is carried out far closer to the enforcement vehicle.

The time, date, speed, distance, site coding and whether the vehicle is travelling towards or away from the checkpoint is recorded on the image to produce to the offending driver when the penalty is issued.