Andy Dell is a park ranger for Windermere and he hopes the new radar technology will help make the lake safer for visitors:
A new scheme is being trialled by police dealing with speeding motorists.
Instead of giving drivers a ticket, Cumbria Police are giving some people the option to talk to locals in communities blighted by people driving too fast.
John Bevir reports:
Police in the Scottish Borders detected a 24 year old localmale driving in excess of 110 mph on the A6091 Melrose by-pass (60mphrestriction) in the early hours of Saturday 26th May morning.
The driver has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal and will appear at court on a future date. A Police spokesperson said:
– Lothian and Borders Police
“It is very disappointing that a small minority of drivers feel that it is appropriate to drive at excessive speeds putting themselves, their passengers and other road users in danger. We carry out regular patrols and speed checks and will deal with offenders appropriately.”