Anglesey and Gwynedd speed camera locations for July

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.

Cameras are typically deployed to hotspots where accidents are common or safety is paramount, such as near schools. 

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


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.

Not only is speed 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.

If police 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.