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Frosses Road had second highest number of Speeding Incidents recorded in 2015

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A report released by the Northern Ireland Road Safety Partnership has revealed that  there were 1,574 recorded speeding incidents on the A26 Frosses Road in 2015. This makes it the road with the second highest number of speeding incidents in Northern Ireland last year.

The report showed that only the A1 Sprucefield roundabout at the Sheepbridge Road had a higher number of speeding incidents, with 1,949. In 2015.

The highest speeds detected were 90mph, at which four drivers were detected driving at. One of the four was detected whilst driving onthe Frossess Road.

The report can be found in full at : https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/sites/default/files/publications/NI-RSP-Statistical-Report-2015.pdf

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