Here’s where Brampton’s 15 new automated speed cameras are
Published November 21, 2021 at 2:35 pm
The city of Brampton has recently moved 15 of its automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras to new locations throughout the city.
The city decided in July 2020 that it would be among the first cities in Canada to use an ASE system in order to beef up traffic safety, with 50 cameras rotated through a number of the city’s community safety zones each year.
15 of the cameras have recently been moved to new locations:
- Bonnie Braes Dr between Kimborough Hollow and Midnight Lane
- Calderstone Rd between Ledgerock Rd and Beckenham Rd
- Edenbrooke Hill Dr between Briarcroft Rd and Packham Cir
- Elgin Dr between McLaughlin Rd and Marc Cres
- Financial Dr between Wardsville Dr and Plentywood Dr
- Glenforest Rd between Griselda Crescent and Glenridge Rd
- Heart Lake Rd between Sprucewood Rd and Birchcliff Dr
- Howden Blvd between La France Rd and Vodden St E
- Pantomine Blvd between Clementine Dr and Charcoal Way
- Queen Mary Dr between Kanata Rd and Echoridge Dr
- Riverstone Dr between Lindyfalls Dr and Kirkhollow Dr
- Rutherford Rd between Madoc Dr and Herkley Dr
- Sunset Blvd between Vodden St and Elmgrove Ave
- Treeline Blvd between Linstock Dr and Merlin Dr
- Veterans Dr between Dufay Rd and Yardmaster Dr
The current locations of all 50 cameras can be seen via the city’s interactive map. Each red dot represents an active camera, while the blue lines represent all community safety zones, including those that don’t currently have a camera.
The ASE system captures and records images only of vehicles travelling in excess of the posted speed limit in school zones and community safety zones, with tickets issued to the registered plate holder regardless of who was driving.
- 1 to 19 km over the limit is $5.00 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 $12.00 per kilometre plus costs