Operation Slow Down – Safety Camera Locations
An Garda Síochána and GoSafe are conducting a large scale national speed enforcement operation “Slow Down” between 7am this morning, Friday 27th May and 7am Saturday 28th May 2016.
The objective is to reduce the number of speed related collisions, save lives and reduce injuries on our roads.
Chief Superintendent Aidan Reid, Garda National Traffic Bureau wishes to thank those drivers who continue to be compliant and drive within the speed limit and reiterates the message, to all motorists, drive safely and slow down.
Chief Superintendent Reid continued:-
“We are asking all drivers to support the National “Slow Down” day and not exceed the posted speed limit, but also as importantly, by adjusting their speed to all the road, traffic and weather conditions they face at that time. It goes without saying this is not only for one day, but for every day. We are asking people to support it, slow down and save lives.”
The operation will consist of high visibility speed enforcement activities to include all 1,031 speed enforcement zones, as well as the delivery of a road safety message through the use of national, local and social media. In addition, Garda personnel will man display stands in key venues to provide road safety advice and distribute road safety leaflets.