A9 average speed camera survey in figures By Jane Candlish February 10 2015, 8.41am Share A9 average speed camera survey in figures Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/inverness/485964/average-speed-camera-survey-in-figures/ Copy Link A9 average speed cameras The Press and Journal commissioned a survey carried out by ScotPulse to see what motorists think of the A9 average speed cameras. A total of 573 adults living at PH, IV and FK postcodes were questioned about their attitudes to the cameras. More women (306) than men (267) were quizzed, and nearly half – 250 adults – were aged over 55. Among the key findings was that 56% of those surveyed, 321, felt that the average-speed cameras have had a positive effect on driving behaviour. They included 154 men and 167 women. Three out of 10 did not feel that the average-speed cameras had made a difference to the safety of the road. But 38% of people – or 220 adults – felt that the cameras had made the road safer. Fewer than one in eight (13%) felt they had a negative effect on driving behaviour. A total of 86 men and 95 women said that their behaviour had not changed. More than half of 434 users of the A9 said that they were more aware of their speed. Of these, 115 were men, and 112 were women. About one in four respondents – 118 adults or 27% – said that their journey times had increased. But 103 adults, or 24% of drivers, said their journey times had remained the same.