Toronto's 50 speed enforcement cameras moving to new locations
The City of Toronto is continuing to crack down on speeding drivers especially near schools in Community Safety Zones. According to newly released data, more than 36,000 tickets were issued from July to August, a significant drop from the 26,566 tickets in June thanks to the 50 automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras peppered around the city — two in each city ward.
While the ASE devices continued to nab careless drivers throughout the summer, the number of repeat offenders dropped from 1,211 in July to 764 in August, proving that the presence of the photo radar cameras is causing drivers to slow down with the most frequent repeat offender receiving nine tickets on Algoma Street east of Royal York Road.
In the month of July, the intersection of Victoria Park …
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