FOI Request - Speed Cameras/Tickets
Q1 What speed was the fastest driver caught speeding at in your council area so far in 2014, 2013 and 2012 – and what road (and postcode) was this person caught speeding on?
Q2 How many speeders did the speed camera that caught the most speeders last year (2013) catch (i.e. how many tickets were issued as a result)?
Q3 How much did the speed camera that produced the most income in speeding tickets make in total last year (2013)?
Q3 Can you provide the location and/or road name of this speed camera?
Q4 How many speeding tickets were issued in your area in the past three years, split by year (2014-to-date, 2013 and 2012).
Q5 How much was paid to your council as a result of these speeding tickets?
Q6 How many speed cameras are there in your council area – and how many of these are switched on and off?
Q7 How many speed cameras has your council installed over the past five years (2010 to 2014-to-date)? Please provide a figure for each year.
Q8 How many speed cameras have your council removed/decommissioned for each year over the past five years (2010 to 2014-to-date)? Please provide a figure for each year.
Q9 Did you made any alterations to speed limits in your council area last year (2013)? Yes/No
Q10 If yes, how many times did this happen last year and in which locations?
Q11 Do you believe that your council has made progress in reducing speeding over the past 12 years? Yes/No
Q12 Does your council plan to take further action to clamp down on speeding over the next 12 months, and if so can you provide details?
1.- 4 This information is not available to the Moray Council and is not held and therefore exempt under Section 17 of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002
5. No money was paid to the Moray Council as a result of speeding tickets.
6. This information is not available to the Moray Council and is not held and therefore exempt under Section 17 of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 20027. None.
10.Once – at Forres Enterprise Park.
12.No specific action planned but we will continue to monitor areas of concern and use engineering/educational measures to address these.