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Scottish Highlands Speed Camera Location

SPECSNearest Town/village: Inverness to Dunblane
Road Name: A9
Direction of Camera: North and Southbound
Speed Limit: 60mph (single carriageway), 70mph (dual carriageway)

Speed Camera Details: SPECS3 average speed camera sited at various locations over a stretch of road 273 miles long. The cameras start or end in Inverness in the Scottish Highlands and end/start in Dunblane. Road speed is 60mph for single carriageway and 70mph for dual carriageway. These cameras came into action on 28th October 2014. Please note: Whole of A9 between Dunblane/Perth/Inverness on single and dual carriageway HGV Speed limit raised to 50mph for duration of the speed cameras. These cameras are an interim safety measure until the entire A9 (all 273miles) is upgraded to a dual carriageway.

Camera reference number: SCH005

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