Speed Camera Enforcement Strategies
Casualty data identifies where and when collisions occurred and which road user groups are most at risk.
Over time, this data can provide the evidence for road traffic enforcement. An enforcement strategy should then be created, outlining where, when and how speed and red light cameras will be operated in order to tackle the casualty problems.
This should be coupled with a marketing and communications strategy, which explains how an organisation will communicate with road users in support of the planned enforcement activities.
Road users need to believe that enforcement levels are high and that there is a real chance of being detected. This can only be achieved by a planned combination of enforcement and communication.
As a member of Road Safety Support you will receive:
- Access to localised collision and casualty data which has been analysed by our data specialists
- Assistance in the development of an effective enforcement strategy designed specifically for your casualty reduction needs
- Advice on the most suitable types of speed and red light cameras, such as mobile or average speed, to achieve a maximum reduction in casualties
- Support with implementing your strategy and assistance with monitoring and evaluation
For more information about how we can help with your enforcement strategy or to become a member of Road Safety Support please complete our contact form