Guardia Civil officers in Alhaurín el Grande have arrested a 33-year-old man, a resident of Colmenar who evaded three police control points during a six hour period while reaching speeds of up to 200 kph.
A 51-year-old man has been arrested after being clocked at 161 kph on the A-384 near Campillos. He was charged with a crime against road safety.
The Mayor of Vélez-Málaga, Francisco Delgado Bonilla, has announced that a special campaign on speed control carried out in conjunction with the DGT on April 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th resulted in 161 drivers being detected at speeds above the prescribed limit.
The Directorate General of Traffic (DGT) is starting a new crackdown on speeding as from Monday and continuing until Sunday April 14th. The new campaign will mainly be carried out on conventional roads, as opposed to highways.
From Monday August 15th to Sunday August 21st the DGT will be conducting an intensive campaign against speeding in Andalucia, with 120,000 speed controls planned.
The Mossos d’Esquadra have arrested a driver who was travelling down the C-14 in Tárrega (Lleida) at 200 kph.
Police in Fuengirola are stepping up alcohol controls on motorists during the summer months, particularly in the centre of town and around the promenade.
An Italian national, a resident of Barcelona, was arrested today near Baza, Granada, after being clocked at 218 kph on the A-92N.
A spokesperson for the government in Extremadura, Carmen Pereira, has confirmed that the bus involved in a fatal accident in Miajadas (Cáceres) on Wednesday was travelling at excessive speed.
The words of Chief Constable Peter Fahy have obviously not filtered down to Bournemouth yet as the town begins a crackdown on speeding cyclists.