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The A67 is a road in England that links Bowes in County Durham with Crathorne in North Yorkshire. The section from the A66 to Barnard Castle is primary status; from that point it turns right and loses the primary status to the A688 road. It regains the status as it goes concurrent with the A66 road.
- Bowes (junction with A66 road)
- Barnard Castle
- Durham Tees Valley Airport
- Crathorne (junction with A19 road)
Automatic Number Plate Recognition
At least two sets of anpr cameras are present on the road, each logging all vehicular movements in both directions. The first set, operated by Durham Constabulary, is located adjacent to the railway station at Durham Tees Valley Airport. The second set, installed in April 2014 by Cleveland Police, is located in the village of Kirklevington.
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