At a planning and transport committee meeting, councillors voted to transfer them to the police as which will allow them to be operated at no cost to the authority.
South Gloucestershire Council currently owns:
- eight digital speed cameras
- three digital red light cameras
- five film speed camera installations
- seven film red light camera
these are considered by the council as no longer cost-effective to run.
Since back in December 2013 chief constable of Avon and Somerset Constabulary offered to buy any digital speed or red light cameras from local councils unwilling to operate them for £1 each we are guessing that it really is a small amount that the cameras have been purchased for
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