Here are where all 50 photo radar locations are in Brampton
The City of Brampton has a map that shows the approximate location of all 50 of its photo radar locations designed to catch speeders.
The city decided in July 2020 that it would be among the first cities in Canada to use an automated speed enforcement (ASE) system in order to beef up traffic calming and community safety measures. The 50 ASEs will be rotated through 200 community safety zones each year. If a car is caught travelling in excess of the posted speed limit in school zones and community safety zones, a ticket is issued to the registered plate holder, regardless of who was driving. The person receiving the ticket does not lose any demerit points on their Ontario driver’s licence.
An interactive map on the city’s website shows all of the photo radar locations as of Monday (June 15).
The fine schedule consists of:
- 1 to 19 km over the limit is $5 per kilometre plus costs
- 20 to 29 km over the limit is $7.50 per kilometre plus costs
- 30 to 49 km over the limit is $12 per kilometre plus costs.
Entry points into Brampton will also have signage to advise dirvers that ASE is in effect, the city says.
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