Leeds police set up mobile speed cameras in East Ardsley after complaints from residents

Police have set up mobile speed cameras in a south Leeds village following complaints from residents.

Friday, 5th March 2021, 11:45 am
Officers from the Morley Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) set up the cameras along Woodhouse Lane in East Ardsley (Photo: WYP)

Officers from the Morley Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) received reports of speeding vehicles along Woodhouse Lane in East Ardsley.

They set up mobile cameras along a 30mph stretch of the street on Thursday evening.

Two vehicles were recorded over the speed limit and the drivers were stopped at the roadside.

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In a statement issued on Facebook, the Morley NPT said: "This evening officers from Morley NPT carried out speeding checks on Woodhouse Lane in East Arsdley.

"Approximately 30 vehicles were observed in the 30mph area, all but two were within the speed limit.

"The two drivers who were exceeding the speed limit were stopped at the roadside and dealt with according".

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