Roads with a higher proportion of speeding drivers have been under the watchful eye of Crest Derbyshire.
For the last few weeks the Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team’s mobile camera units have been out and about in Glossop and the rest of the High Peak.
The team spent time in Tintwistle dealing with ‘community concerns’ and checked the speed of traffic on Manchester Road.
The cameras were also operating on the A57, Dinting Vale; Long Lane, Charlesworth; A6, Dove Holes; Whaley Lane, Whaley Bridge; and Manchester Road, Chapel-en-le-Frith.
The mobile cameras will be out snapping speeders, drivers using mobile phones at the wheel and anyone not wearing seat belts, in local locations and other parts of Derbyshire, over the coming weeks and months.