Concern over speeding in Nottinghamshire town after 'several collisions'
Residents living in Stapleford have shared concerns with Nottinghamshire Police over speeding traffic in the area after "several collisions".. Officers have now issued a warning to motorists in the area after the Stapleford Beat Team conducted a speeding operation on Moorbridge Lane in Stapleford on Tuesday (May 10).
According to a Facebook post from Broxtowe South Police, residents have told the force about a number of issues of speeding motorists and road traffic collisions. PC Paul Humphries says worries have been noted in surrounding areas too, and warned that police will be returning to monitor speeds in the future.
PC Humphries said: "We have had lots of issues and reports from the local residents with concerns of vehicles speeding along the roads in the borough, not just Stapleford but also in the surrounding areas. We are carrying out speeding operations and will take the appropriate action with motorists that exceed the speed limits.
"Speed enforcement can take place at any time and we will be enforcing the speed limits in our areas also with the assistance from mobile camera teams. Please keep your speed down, we will be returning."
Broxtowe South Police say drivers and riders should comply to the speed limits at all times.