Fixed and mobile speed camera locations revealed in north Kent including Dartford and Gravesend

Fixed and mobile speed camera locations revealed in Dartford and Gravesend

Fixed and mobile speed camera locations revealed in Dartford and Gravesend

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News Shopper is bringing you the locations of fixed and mobile speed cameras across north Kent for this Bank Holiday weekend.

Make sure you check them out before making your journey.

DARTFORD

Road: A225 Princes Road

Speed limit : 40

Camera direction: Westbound towards Dartford

Road: A206 Burnham Road

Speed limit : 30

Camera direction: south towards Dartford

Road: A226 Dartford Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: east towards West Hill

Road: B2174 Princes Road

Speed limit: 40

Camera direction: east towards M25

Road: A225 Hawley Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: Both directions

Road: A226 London Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: east towards Greenhithe

Road: A226 London Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: Both directions

Road: A225 Main Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: Both directions

Road: A226 London Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: westbound towards Stone

Road: Birchwood Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: south towards Swanley

Road: Birchwood Road

Speed limit: 40

Camera direction: north towards Dartford

GRAVESEND

Road: A227 Wrotham Road, Meopham

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: north towards Istead Rise

Road: A227 Wrotham Road, Meopham

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: both directions

Road: A226 Rochester Road

Speed limit: 30

Camera direction: Both directions (two cameras)

Road: Valley Drive

Speed limit: 20

Camera direction: north towards Denton/Gravesend

Source: Kent & Medway Safety Camera Partnership

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8:19am Sun 4 May 14

white rabbit9 says...

Molotov cocktails at the ready lads. lol

Noooooooooooooo

Vaseline on the lens works just effectively.
Molotov cocktails at the ready lads. lol Noooooooooooooo Vaseline on the lens works just effectively. white rabbit9
  • Score: -10

4:16pm Sun 4 May 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

Always good to know where the police cash machines are 😁�
Always good to know where the police cash machines are 😁� oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 38

4:30pm Sun 4 May 14

Fvikea says...

What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it!
What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it! Fvikea
  • Score: -25

4:38pm Sun 4 May 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

Fvikea wrote:
What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it!
Perhaps speeding should be dealt with by real policemen with the ability to judge each case on its merits and using discretion rather than just a yellow box that doesn't differentiate between 3pm and 3am, can't spot drink divers or dangerous drivers to name just a few.
[quote][p][bold]Fvikea[/bold] wrote: What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it![/p][/quote]Perhaps speeding should be dealt with by real policemen with the ability to judge each case on its merits and using discretion rather than just a yellow box that doesn't differentiate between 3pm and 3am, can't spot drink divers or dangerous drivers to name just a few. oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 32

4:41pm Sun 4 May 14

oBLiVioN 70 says...

oBLiVioN 70 wrote:
Fvikea wrote:
What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it!
Perhaps speeding should be dealt with by real policemen with the ability to judge each case on its merits and using discretion rather than just a yellow box that doesn't differentiate between 3pm and 3am, can't spot drink divers or dangerous drivers to name just a few.
Besides, anyone that is intent on speeding knows where they all are and likely has a road angel or similar anyway.
[quote][p][bold]oBLiVioN 70[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fvikea[/bold] wrote: What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it![/p][/quote]Perhaps speeding should be dealt with by real policemen with the ability to judge each case on its merits and using discretion rather than just a yellow box that doesn't differentiate between 3pm and 3am, can't spot drink divers or dangerous drivers to name just a few.[/p][/quote]Besides, anyone that is intent on speeding knows where they all are and likely has a road angel or similar anyway. oBLiVioN 70
  • Score: 17

7:16pm Sun 4 May 14

wiltsfella says...

The only losers if the location of the cameras are publisised is the council. If it is know where they are, motorists slow down so achieving what is supposed to be the purpose of them We all believe it when told they are supposed to save lives, not be a cash cow.
The only losers if the location of the cameras are publisised is the council. If it is know where they are, motorists slow down so achieving what is supposed to be the purpose of them We all believe it when told they are supposed to save lives, not be a cash cow. wiltsfella
  • Score: 15

3:28am Mon 5 May 14

Simon bald says...

thanks ns, you state birchwood road a camera pointed toward dartford is a 40 zone,just been flashed doing 37
thanks ns, you state birchwood road a camera pointed toward dartford is a 40 zone,just been flashed doing 37 Simon bald
  • Score: 8

5:29pm Mon 5 May 14

markofthesidcup5 says...

Fvikea wrote:
What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it!
How does this encourage speeding just the opposite I would have thought !!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Fvikea[/bold] wrote: What a totally irresponsible story to publish. Maximum speeds are set for a reason, for the safety of road users both drivers and pedestrians. Printing these details encourages speeding. Perhaps this 'newspaper' should report on the dangers of speeding rather than encouraging it![/p][/quote]How does this encourage speeding just the opposite I would have thought !!!!!! markofthesidcup5
  • Score: 21

10:55am Tue 6 May 14

Gypo.Joe says...

You cheap bartards, just get an app on ya phone boi.
You cheap bartards, just get an app on ya phone boi. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 25

1:00pm Tue 6 May 14

white rabbit9 says...

Yeah for there bank so they can have their holidays on the motorist.
Yeah for there bank so they can have their holidays on the motorist. white rabbit9
  • Score: -25

4:18pm Wed 7 May 14

bnorther says...

Get Waze on your phone.
Get Waze on your phone. bnorther
  • Score: 0

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