Welcome to the interactive safety camera map
This map has been developed to provide information about safety cameras in the West Midlands. Along with the locations of fixed and mobile speed cameras and red light cameras, you will also find details on their collision, casualty and speed history.
Using the map
Zoom or move around the map using your mouse or the controls in the top left of the map. You can change the map type using the controls in the top right.
If you want to find a specific camera site, you can search by camera number, road name, postcode or area.
Click on a camera icon on the map to see details about that site and its collision, casualty and speed history.
|Fixed speed camera|
|Mobile speed camera|
|Red light camera|
There a number of different types of cameras used on the roads in the West Midlands area. Find out how they all work.
For more information on road accidents and casualties in your area, visit our interactive collision map.
Links to information on safety cameras in other parts of the UK are available from the Department for Transport.
|Download the camera locations: Spreadsheet (CSV format)|
- Chart view
- Table view
Use the chart and table view tabs to change between views. In chart view, move the mouse over the chart to display values.
Collision and casualty data is available for all sites back to 1997 or three years prior to enforcement for sites where enforcement began prior to 2000. All data prior to 1997 is approximate.
Collisions are classified by the highest severity casualty involved. Casualties are classed as fatal if death occurs as a result within 30 days of the collision. Serious injuries include fractures, internal injuries, severe cuts, etc. Slight injuries include bruises, minor cuts, etc. KSI includes fatal and serious casualties.
Speed limit: The speed limit which applied at the time of the traffic survey.
Percent above limit: The percentage of surveyed vehicles exceeding the speed limit.
Average speed: The mean speed of all surveyed vehicles.
85th percentile: The speed which 85% of surveyed vehicles were travelling at or below.
Traffic flow: The average number of vehicles using this road in the direction of enforcement per day.
Traffic flow data is for all vehicles. All other speed survey data is provided for traffic in freeflow conditions, where there is a ten second gap between the front wheels of consecutive vehicles. All speeds are in miles per hour. Speed surveys are conducted within the enforcement zone but not necessarily at the point of enforcement.
Offence figures relate to the total number of offences referred to the Central Ticket Office. This single figure includes the total number of offenders dealt with either by summons, fixed penalty or NDORS courses as well as those cancelled by the Central Ticket Office.
© West Midlands Police 2014
|Fixed speed||Mobile speed||Red light|