Mobile Speed Cameras operation sites for the week


Gloucestershire Country Council’s Mobile Camera Enforcement Unit moves to other operation sites for this week. The unit, which aims to execute excessive speed driving to reduce road accidents, consists of mobile speed detection vans with speed cameras to operate at more than 80 locations in the country.

Locations for the week:


Prestbury Road, Cheltenham (30mph)

Church Road, Leckhampton (30)

Tommy Taylors Lane, Cheltenham (30)

The Reddings, Cheltenham (30)

Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham (30)

Warden Hill Road, Cheltenham (30)

Stoke Road, Tredington (30)



Down Hatherley Lane, Down Hatherley (30)

Gretton Road, Prescott (60)

Boddington Lane, Staverton (30)



Upton Lane, Abbeymead (30)

Lobleys Drive, Abbeymead (30)

The Wheatway, Abbeymead (30)

Sandhurst Lane, Gloucester (30)

Heron Way, Abbeydale (30)


Forest of Dean and West of Gloucester

B4215 Dymock (30)

B4221 Gorsley (40)

B4215 Roman Road, Dymock (30)

B4227 Valley Road, Cinderford (30)

A4136 Gloucester Road, Mitcheldean (North) (30)

A4136 Gloucester Road, Mitcheldean (South) (30)


Forest of Dean

A48 Main Road, Alvington (30)

Gloucester Road, Tutshill (30)


Stroud Area

A46 Painswick (Rugby Club) (30)

Rodborough Hill, Stroud (30)

B4066 Berkeley Heath (30)

B4070 Birdlip Village (30)

Calf Way, The Camp (30)

A419 Cirencester Road, Minchinhampton (30)



A433 London Road, Tetbury (40)

B4014 Long Newton (30)

B4014 Hampton Street, Tetbury (30)

A361 Station Road, Lechlade (30)

A417 London Road, Cirencester (30)

A429 Moreton in Marsh (30)

B4035 Station Road, Chipping Campden (30)

A44 Bourton on The Hill (30)

A417 St John’s Street, Lechlade (30)


Every week, they make a public announcement of the areas where mobile speed vans will be roaming around to keep road users safe.

Anyone who violate the speed limit will be given a speeding ticket with a corresponding fine. If the fine reaches up to three points or more, vehicle owner’s insurance premium gets an increase.

For the strict implementation of the operation, officers use a Truvelo Pro laser infrared speed gun, an instrument specifically designed for traffic law enforcement. Police forces have been using the equipment for several years to keep track of speed limit violators.

With its effort to instill driving at a safer speed, the Mobile Camera Enforcement Unit said the operations helps to improve the quality of life for people living in the areas and ensure their road safety.