DO you know where the speed cameras are in Dunfermline and the rest of Central and West Fife?

There are currently seven mobile units in the area at locations published online by Safety Cameras Scotland (SCS).

The cameras are deployed at sites where, "they have the greatest potential to reduce injury collisions, and where there is evidence of both collisions and speeding", SCS says.

Where are they?

Here are the locations of speed cameras in Dunfermline and Central/West Fife:

  • A823 Queensferry Road Dunfermline near Carnegie Avenue (40MPH)
  • A907 Halbeath Road Dunfermline near to its junction with Scobie Place (30MPH)
  • A985 Crombie to Kincardine near Devilla Forest (National Speed Limit)
  • A985 Crombie to Kincardine west of Cairneyhill Roundabout (National Speed Limit)
  • A92 Cowdenbeath to Lochgelly, Eastbound near Westerton Farm (National Speed Limit)
  • A92 Cowdenbeath to Lochgelly, Westbound near Westerton Farm (National Speed Limit)
  • B981 Crossgates to Inverkeithing south of junction with the B916 (40MPH)

Check out the picture gallery above to see these locations on the map.

Safety Cameras Scotland is the collective name for the three Safety Camera Units that operate across Scotland - North, East and West - who manage the administration for speed and red-light cameras.

The units operate within Police Scotland funded via a grant from the Scottish Safety Camera Programme.