What do motorists think of idea to cut speeding?
THE Grimsby Telegraph asked motorists on Peaks Parkway what they thought.
Jane Fisk, of Clee Road, has had the catering unit in the B&Q car park next to the Parkway for the past six years.
She said: "Speeding is a real problem on Peaks Parkway. I get a lift down there every day and people are always racing off from the lights and going too fast.
"I'm learning to drive and I always find that people get right up close behind me when I'm doing 30mph and then they try to overtake on the outside and inside because they get frustrated.
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"I think because it looks like a dual carriageway people treat it like a motorway.
"Hopefully the cameras will make a big difference."
John Caborn, of Laceby Road, said: "I can't understand why you would bother putting speed cameras down there.
"There are walls either side and no footpaths so there is no need for them.
I live near the Bradley dual carriageway and even though they've made it 30mph, nobody takes any notice. People will still speed down Peaks Parkway unless they enforce it."
Andrew Black, of Immingham, said: "A lot of people do speed down there because you've been able to get away with it.
"I don't mind if they introduce the cameras, it means everyone will have to slow down."