Motorists using the Tay Road Bridge are being warned that they are being clocked today.
Safety Camera Scotland has tweeted that it is undertaking speed checks on the A92 between Glenrothes and the busy bridge linking Dundee and Fife.
— SafetyCameraScotland (@safetycamscot) July 4, 2017
The message, sent out at 9.24am, read: “We’re checking speeds – A92 bet Glenrothes & Tay Br.
“REMEMBER – some speed limits were reduced along this stretch last year.”
The Tele reported in the autumn that bosses at the Tay Road Bridge ruled out the introduction of measures to slow down traffic following a survey into vehicle speeds.
The bridge used infrared sensors to monitor the speed of traffic crossing the bridge for a 12-day period.
It came after community leaders raised fears that drivers were regularly breaking the 50mph speed limit.
However, the survey found that the average speed across the bridge was 49.5mph in both directions.
The highest speed recorded was in excess of 75mph but bridge chiefs said that 85% of drivers crossed the structure at speeds of 57mph or under.