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Yesterday we spoke to residents, who said they weren't surprised at the total as the road used to be a 40mph limit before work started on Hameldon College a few years ago.
MORE than 25,000 tickets were issued in 2010 from fixed speed cameras in Lancashire, according to new figures released yesterday.
The fixed camera on the A59 Longsight Road near Abbot Brow, Osbaldeston, caught out 2,569 motorists in 2010 – 600 more than the next highest figure.
Lancashire’s Assistant Chief Constable Andy Rhodes, said: “Road safety cameras are intended to reduce the average speed of motorists on roads where there is evidence that speeding is an issue.
“We are committed to reducing the number of people killed and injured on the county’s roads and we will continue to use cameras to help us achieve this.” Tim Ashton, the county council cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “Using cameras is just one of the ways we've been able to make our roads safer and reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured by more than 40 per cent in five years.” In Lancashire there are 285 fixed safety camera sites.