In the Media

Boris's speed cameras will save no lives – and TfL's data proves it

PUBLISHED December 14, 2014

Boris Johnson's Transport for London (TfL) recently announced that it was planning to install more than 600 new digital speed cameras around the city. TfL claimed that its old film cameras, most of which it closed down three years ago, had reduced fatal or serious accidents by a staggering "58 per cent", meaning that its new cameras will "help to prevent 500 deaths or serious injuries a year".

Related Links: