WORCESTERSHIRE is home to many fixed speed cameras dotted across the county.

West Mercia Police said enforcing the speed limit and making the roads safer is a 24/7 priority for them across Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire.

Fixed speed cameras are placed in locations across Worcestershire with a history of speed-related collisions and casualties.

The presence of a permanently fixed camera aims to encourage motorists to change their behaviour and drive at a lower, safer speed, improving the safety of the road for all those who use it.

Chief Inspector Jake Wright from West Mercia Police said: “While the majority of drivers and riders use the roads responsibly, there are many families that unfortunately know far too well the devastating consequences that speeding and collisions can lead to, and many residents whose quality of life is affected by people speeding through their community.

“Speed limits are in place for a reason. If prosecuted for speeding, the minimum penalty is a £100 fine and three penalty points.”

Where are all the fixed-speed cameras in Worcestershire? 

  • A449 in Ombersley, Crossway Green, Hartlebury, Ombersley - 50mph (Average Speed)
  • A4184 Cheltenham Rd, Evesham - 30mph
  • Birchfield Rd, Redditch - 30mph
  • A44 New Road, Worcester - 30mph
  • A4103 Leigh Sinton - 30mph
  • A451 Minster Rd, Stourport - 30mph
  • Tybridge St, Worcester - 30mph
  • Rainbow Hill, Worcester - 30mph
  • Wolverhampton Rd, Kidderminster - 30mph
  • Windmill Drive, Redditch - 40mph
  • A38 The Foregate/Shaw Street (Red Light camera)
  • M5 between junction 6 (Worcester) until junction 4a (M42) - Variable speed