Here’s where Mississauga’s 10 speed enforcement cameras are located

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Published March 2, 2022 at 1:36 pm

Ten speed enforcement cameras are being used to nab lead-footed drivers racing through and near school zones in Mississauga.

City of Mississauga officials initially hoped all 22 Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) cameras would be up and running in Community Safety Zones by this past December, but the rollout has been delayed.

A map on the City’s website of current locations of active enforcement cameras shows they are targeting speeding drivers at 10 locations across Mississauga.

Eventually, the plan is to have all 22 cameras active and rotating between various speeding hot spots across the city. Residents will be notified of camera locations prior to their deployment.

“All ASE sites will be marked with clear signs 90 days before the cameras are installed, and while they are in operation,” City officials say on their website.

Speeders caught on camera will have offence tickets mailed to the address of the vehicle’s registered owner.

Map shows the 10 current locations of Automated Speed Enforcement cameras in Mississauga. (Image: City of Mississauga)

Geoff Wright, the City’s commissioner of transportation and works, said earlier that the ASE cameras are part of a multipronged effort to attack the issue of speeders.

“We have multiple programs and initiatives to slow drivers down. (Last) year, we deployed more than 50 ‘slow streets’ and speed radar devices on 128 roads to make you aware of your speed, and designated 93 new Community Safety Zones where the speed limit has been reduced and the fines for speeding have been doubled,” said Wright.  

Mississauga officials launched the ASE program early last year, starting with two cameras that rotated to various speeding hot spots in the city.

The ASE cameras were first set up in Community Safety Zones in Malton and Erin Mills in early July.

Nearly 500 speeding tickets were issued at the two spots–Morning Star Dr. in Malton and Sawmill Valley Dr. in Erin Mills–in a one-month span.

In a report from 2020, City staff estimated that 22 ASE cameras would generate 160,000 charges annually.

The 10 locations where ASE cameras are currently active are:

• Lisgar Dr., between Forest Bluff Cr. and Osprey Blvd.

• Duncairn Dr., between Snowbird Crt. and Glen Erin Dr.

• Council Ring Rd., between Glen Erin Dr. and South Millway

• Kelly Rd., between Truscott Dr. and Brookhurst Rd.

• Clarkson Rd., between Matena Ave. and Sunningdale Bend

• Fairwind Dr., between Heritage Hills and Hollymount Dr.

• Mississauga Valley Blvd., between Central Pkwy. and Hyacinthe Blvd.

• Runningbrook Dr., between Autumn Harvest Dr. and Riverspray Cr.

• Camilla Rd., between The Queensway and Cherry Post Dr.
• Mineola Rd., between Hurontario St. and Crossfield Bend

 

 

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