Camera ban: YOUR SAY
Most support Council decision - some very much against
but has the debate only
We've been asking people's reaction to last night's momentous decision by Swindon Borough Council to scrap speed cameras. The first authority in the UK to do so.
And the general reaction has been mixed.
The majority supporting the unanimous vote by the Council cabinet to end their agreement with the Swindon Camera Partnership in six months time, with the effect of removing all speed cameras from Swindon's roads in favour of other 'road safety' measures.
But those in support of keeping the cameras clearly think the move is a wrong one, as our video shows.
Our SwindonWebTV coverage also includes a reaction to the decision by councillor Peter Greenhalgh, the cabinet member for highways, transport and strategic planning who proposed the review.