Reported via desktop in the Sign issue (NH) category anonymously at 18:40, Mon 27 February 2023
Sent to National Highways less than a minute later.
FixMyStreet ref: 4268521.
At approx 17:55hrs the south bound Matrix signs adjusted to allow cars to travel south between J19 and J18, The first sign adjusted from 50mph to national speed limit, however passing the sign shortly after it changed resulted in the speed cameras still triggering. I assume they were still looking for vehicles travelling above 50mph, which we now were.
Dear Mr Paddle, Thank you for your enquiry through fix my street 27/02/2023 about the enforcement cameras on the M6.
National Highways may implement reduced speed limits for a variety of reasons, to ensure the safe operation of the strategic road network for our workforce and road users. Please be aware that mandatory [variable] speed limits must be complied with, regardless of why they are set, and the police are responsible for enforcing the law. National Highways is not an enforcement or prosecution authority, and therefore any further correspondence on this matter should be addressed to the relevant police force or to the court with conduct of the matter. If you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution, the relevant contact details should be contained within the Notice.
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State changed to: Closed
Posted by National Highways at 14:51, Tue 28 February 2023