New A52 cameras installed off busy roundabout between Gamston and Radcliffe

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New speed cameras are being put up off the A52 around Gamston roundabout. Numerous changes are planned for the busy road and work is not expected to be fully completed until 2023.

The four-stage works will see new gas pipes installed as well as a new 40mph speed limit on the approaches, exits and around the roundabout, to “improve safety on the approaches and pedestrian crossings”. The roads to the roundabout will also be widened to provide extra lanes.

These widening works will benefit the A52 approaches into and out of Nottingham, expanding from two lanes to four, while the A6011 approach out of Nottingham will be expanded from two lanes to three. New traffic lights will be added alongside an expansion to the existing bus lane.

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New speed cameras to monitor motorists are currently being put up by National Highways. It is not yet known when they will be in operation but they will be replacing the old average speed cameras which stood before them.

Phase 1 has begun and will take place from April to May 2022, Phase 2 will begin in May to August 2022, Phase 3 will run from August to November 2022 and finally Phase 4 will begin in November 2022 and last until February 2023 when the works are expected to be completed.

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