IMPROVING SAFETY THROUGH ENFORCEMENT
Expanding enforcement through proven automated solutions to foster safe streets.
For many communities, your safety is a major concern. Automated enforcement fosters safe streets and provides customized solutions to fit the jurisdiction’s safety concerns by positioning cameras to protect pedestrians, cyclists, and children in high risk areas and locations with safety specific needs.
Integrating industry best practices and technology into the jurisdiction’s existing road safety plan. Comprehensive and innovative technological solutions customized to help achieve the road safety visions and goals of the jurisdiction.
Vision Zero is a multi-national road traffic safety project that aims to achieve a highway system with no fatalities or serious injuries in road traffic. Automated enforcement is an added tool that jurisdictions use to help achieve their Vision Zero goals.
National research has demonstrated the life-saving impact of automated enforcement programs. In cities that turned on red light cameras, there were 21 percent fewer fatal red light running crashes per capita.
Statistical information from the IIHS, July 2016.
What is an Automated Speed Enforcement Program?
Automated Speed Enforcement is a safety program focused on changing driver behavior in school, residential, and construction work zones through a comprehensive effort involving engineering, education and enforcement.
What is an Automated Red Light Enforcement Program?
Automated Red Light Enforcement is a safety program focused on changing driver behavior at red light intersections through a comprehensive effort involving engineering, education and enforcement.
What other Automated Enforcement Programs are there?
Automated rail crossing enforcement, automated wrong way movement enforcement, and overheight restricted movement enforcement are other safety programs that focus on changing driver behavior through a comprehensive effort involving engineering, education and enforcement.
Automated speed enforcement systems are comprised of a speed measurement device, camera, and a computer. Speed measuring devices identify motorists traveling over the posted speed limit. Cameras capture license plate images of violations and computers record all of the relevant data associated with the violation.
Cameras monitor intersection approaches through advanced detection and imaging technology. A camera takes two images of the vehicle progressing through the red light. Technicians review each violation before a citation is mailed to ensure that the vehicle is in violation.
Citations are mailed to the owner, registrant and/or driver of the vehicle in accordance with state or local guidelines. The owner, registrant and/or driver is legally liable to pay the fine through online secure portals or at the jurisdiction as applicable.
The system is tested daily to ensure correct operation of the vehicle sensors and peripherals. The results of the test are analyzed by technicians for accuracy and errors. If any major errors occur, the system will automatically cease enforcement.
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