Two automated speed enforcement cameras in Mississauga have moved to new locations


Published September 22, 2021 at 12:20 pm

The City of Mississauga has announced it has relocated two automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras.

Presently, while the City has 23 locations where they intend to implement the ASE devices, there are only two that are active.

Those two both have new locations. One is currently located at Old Derry Road between Second Line West and Gooderham Estate Boulevard, while the second is located at Cedar Creek Drive between Runningbrook Drive and Lexicon Drive.

These ASE devices are intended to make streets safer, particularly school areas and community safety zones where more vulnerable demographics are known to frequent.

Those who are caught driving over the speed limit by an ASE camera will be issued a ticket in the mail within 30 days of the offense. The ticket is sent to the registered owner of the vehicle, not the person who was driving it.

The fine is based on the speed the vehicle was traveling, and includes the set fine, applicable court costs, and a victim fine surcharge, credited to the provincial Victims’ Justice Fund.

All streets that have ASE cameras will also have signs in advance, notifying drivers that these cameras are recording them.

Tickets issued as a result of an ASE camera do not impact a driver’s insurance premiums.

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