Safety Cameras Scotland
In 2017 there were 9,428 people injured on Scotland's roads.
Here at Safety Cameras Scotland, we aim to reduce this number through targeted camera enforcement and improving driver behaviour. We believe speeding is socially unacceptable and encourage everybody to #KnowYourLimits and drive at a speed appropriate to the road conditions.
Our organisation is divided into three Safety Camera Unit areas - North, East & West - who manage the speed and red-light cameras across Scotland. We work alongside Police Scotland and are funded through a grant provided to us by the Scottish Safety Camera Programme.
We have a frequently asked questions section to cover most queries and for anything further please feel free to contact us. You'll also be able to follow Safety Cameras Scotland on Facebook and Twitter.
News / Updates
At approximately 20:44 on Thursday 4 April 2019, a driver was detected travelling at 74mph on the A914 Cupar Road, through the village of Kettlebridge. There is a 30mph speed limit in place for this s…
The Scottish Safety Camera Programme is a collision reduction initiative which reduces collisions through reducing speeds and incidences of red light running.
Sites are selected using criteria set ou…
The Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) project created a 13.7 mile (22km) ‘managed motorway’ by using an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) to help regulate the flow of traffic approaching and crossing …
There has been a marked increase in the number of motorists detected over the speed limit on the A90 Road between Burnshot Flyover and Cammo Road. The speed limit for this stretch of the A90 is 40mph,…
Along with colleagues from local policing, the East Safety Camera Unit will be enforcing on the A91 in Dairsie, commencing on Friday 5 April 2019. This is in response to numerous concerns raised by th…