Wednesday, October 28

Automatic Speed Enforcement

Automatic Speed Enforcement, Local, photo radar cameras

Nearly 8,000 tickets issued by the city’s 50 photographic radar cameras in the first two weeks – The Canadian News

Nearly 8,000 speeding tickets have been issued since the city launched its Automatic Speed ​​Control program earlier this month. Data released by city officials on Friday shows that cameras installed near schools issued 7,645 tickets between July 6 and July 20. There were a total of 591 repeat offenders in the first two weeks of ticketing, and the most frequent offender received a total of eight speeding tickets on Trehorne Drive, near Duffield Road. The highest speed detected by the cameras was 80 km / h in a 40 km / h area on Renforth Drive, near Lafferty Street. That chamber also issued the most tickets, 890, and is responsible for the highest fine to date of $ 718. Although drivers are fined under the Provincial Crime Law, demerit points do not apply to any issued ticke...