Kent & Medway Safety Camera Partnership was formed in July 2002 and is committed to influencing, educating and encouraging motorists to slow down, stay within the speed limit and help reduce the number of crashes and casualties through the combination of education, publicity and enforcement.

We are part of the wider road safety casualty reduction group and work with road safety education and engineering teams and with roads policing officers to identify the most appropriate solutions for casualty reduction.

Overall, crashes and casualties have seen a reduction across the county. To view the casualty reduction at sites where cameras are located click here The Partnership reviews the camera locations regularly to ensure that each location is fit for purpose.

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Medway Tunnel Average Speed Cameras 29Jun

Medway Tunnel Average Speed Cameras

Average speed cameras are being installed in the Medway Tunnel.

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Why are speed limits important, and why should we ... 09Jun

Why are speed limits important, and why should we stick to them?

Last year 56 people died in crashes on Kent and Medway roads. That’s more than one a week on average.

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