Some speed cameras in Wales which were switched off to enable the introduction of the 20mph speed limits across Wales have been turned on again from today (Monday, November 20). South Wales Police has provided a list of the cameras that were "briefly" put on stop.

In September the Welsh Government introduced the default 20mph limit which changed most, but not all, 30mph roads to 20mph. Find out the latest polling here.

South Wales Police said the cameras which were switched off were in areas that remained at 30mph under the new legislation, and added that "cameras will operate to help enforce the speed limit and keep road users safe". You can get more story updates straight to your inbox by subscribing to our newsletters here.

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The police force has given a list of where the cameras are once again operational:

  • Bridgend: A473 Cowbridge Road Junction, York Road, Bridgend E/B; A473 Cowbridge Road Junction, York Road, Bridgend westbound; A4061 Rotary International Way.
  • Cardiff: North Road inbound: Cowbridge Road West and Culverhouse Cross;
  • Cowbridge Road West, Treseders; North Road outbound; Newport Road Rover Way northbound; Newport Road, Rover Way southbound; Newport Road Colchester Avenue; Newport Road, Rhymney Hill.
  • Neath Port Talbot: A4241 Afan Way junction with Victoria Road westbound; A4241 Afan Way junction with Victoria Road eastbound; Victoria Road, junction A4241 Afan Way northbound; Victoria Road junction with A4241 Afan Way southbound.
  • Swansea: Mumbles Road (Cubic); Carmarthen Road near Cave Street (new Camera site); Penial Green Road Llansamlet.

GoSafe, which runs speed cameras across Wales, said: "Enforcement will take place where it is needed to keep roads and communities safe, and will be carried out through a combination of mobile enforcement vehicles and fixed cameras, as is the case now."