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speeding motorists, therefore improving the quality of life of the local residents. The early Locomotive Acts between 18 effectively calmed self-propelled traffic by requiring that a man walked in front of each vehicle with a red flag, and so the imposed speed limits of 2 miles per hour (3.2 km/h) and 4 miles per hour (6.4 km/h) did not. Such information reveals exactly when and where the survey was conducted. 74 The journalist George Monbiot claimed that the results were not statistically significant, highlighting earlier findings across the whole of Wiltshire that there had been a 33 reduction in the number of people killed and seriously injured generally and a 68 reduction at camera sites. Traffic victims charity Roadpeace is spearheading a campaign to increase the number of speed cameras on Britain's roads. Out of the 20 countries that could provide data on the number of speeding tickets issued over the period, the number went up in 12 countries, while 8 registered a decrease. "Light beam speed measuring device approval 1993". 62 In July 2005 the Department for Transport blocked the installation of nearly 500 new speed cameras over concerns that partnerships have failed to consider alternatives.
Police enforcement, combined with publicity campaigns, has the potential to reduce illegal use of a mobile phone while driving. "Lack of police funds could effect of Television Violence on Our Society end South West speed cameras". JA Coutts, 'Obstructing the Police' (1956) 19 MLR 411 "Road Traffic ". The Department for Transport estimated that cameras had led to a 22 reduction in personal injury collisions and 42 fewer people being killed or seriously injured at camera sites. 5 Groups most likely to speed excessively are those driving in a work related capacity, members of high income households and young males. 28 Following the decision by Portsmouth City Council to remove all their speed cameras, a councillor stated that the evidence is that vehicle activated signs are at least as effective at reducing traffic speeds as speed cameras and at one-tenth of the cost. The 85th percentile speed the speed that the other 85 percent drive at or below is rounded to the nearest five miles. The first average speed camera in Scotland was installed on the A77 road in 2004. "The effects of speed cameras: how drivers respond" (PDF).