Here are the 5 new speed camera locations in Mississauga


Published May 31, 2023 at 2:48 pm

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Speed cameras popped up at five new locations across Mississauga in May, bringing the total to 16 active devices currently in use to record and ticket speeding drivers in Community Safety Zones.

Under the City of Mississauga’s Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) camera program launched in 2021, officials aim to have as many as 22 cameras operating at any given time.

Due to various issues, though, that number sometimes drops below 22 for a short period.

Under the program, drivers speeding through Community Safety Zones (near schools) and other speeding hot spots have an image of their licence plate recorded by the camera and the registered owner of the vehicle is sent a ticket by mail.

Speed cameras began operating at the following locations in May:

  • Nahani Way, between Thornwood Dr. and Delware Dr. (May 5)
  • Stonehouse Cres., between Mississauga Rd. and North Sheridan Way (May 8)
  • Old Derry Rd., between Gaslamp Walk and Gooderham Estate Blvd. (May 8)
  • Woodington Dr., between Rathburn Rd. E. and Meadows Blvd. (May 28)
  • Duncairn Dr., between Quartermain Cres. and Ruperts Gate (May 28)

The other 11 active speed cameras are at the following locations:

  • Darcel Ave., between Corliss Cres. and Morning Star Dr.
  • Willowbank Trail, between Forest Fire Lane and Rathburn Rd. E.
  • Meadows Blvd., between Rathburn Rd. E. and Molly Ave.
  • Cherry Post Dr., between Camilla Rd. and Corsair Rd.
  • Hillcrest Ave., between Clayhill Rd. and Parkerhill Rd.
  • White Clover Way, between Edenrose St. and Trailmaster Dr.
  • The Credit Woodlands, between McBride Ave. and O’Hagan Dr.
  • Chriseden Dr., between Gregwood Rd. and Edistel Cres.
  • Montevideo Rd., between Neuchatel Rd. and Glen Erin Dr.
  • Vista Blvd., between Erin Mills Pkwy. and Vista Dr.
  • Escada Dr., between Freshwater Dr. and Eaglesview Dr.

Earlier this year, reported that the number of active speed cameras in Mississauga had more than doubled in the space of a year.

In January 2022, there were only about nine cameras up and running.

As of March 17 of this year, there were 21 cameras in operation with several moved to new locations in January and February.

A quick glimpse of where speed cameras are active (green) and soon planned (orange) in Mississauga. For more details, visit the City’s website. (Image: City of Mississauga speed camera map)

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