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Brantford to launch month-long Automated Speed Enforcement pilot project

City of BrantfordBrantford to launch month-long Automated Speed Enforcement pilot project

The City of Brantford will be installing an Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) camera between April 25 and May 31, 2022, as part of a pilot project to better understand its potential impacts on operations and assist the City in determining how ASE might operate in the municipality should it decide to implement such operations in the future.

No violations will be issued or processed as part of this pilot project.

The ASE camera will be installed on Wayne Gretzky Parkway north of Henry Street for two weeks and then moved to Colborne Street east of Locks Road for another two-week long observation.

ASE is a speed enforcement tool that uses technology to help make roads safer for all road users. An ASE system captures and records images of vehicles travelling in excess of the posted speed limit. The City of Brantford Vision Zero Action plans identifies the need to explore Automated Enforcement programs.

Visit brantford.ca/ASE for more information on this speed enforcement initiative.

As a Vision Zero city, Brantford aims to make local streets safer through improved education, enforcement, engineering, evaluation and engagement. Brantford City Council adopted the Vision Zero Road Safety Strategic Plan on April 27, 2021. The goal of Vision Zero is to eliminate all collisions that result in serious injuries or fatalities. Visit brantford.ca/VisionZero for more information on the Vision Zero Road Safety Plan.

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