Where 10 new red light cameras are being installed in Niagara Region

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Published April 24, 2023 at 11:49 am

The city of Hamilton is getting 10 new red light cameras, in an effort to reduce traffic related fatalities.

As part of its Vision Zero Road Safety initiative, Niagara Region has decided to add ten new red light cameras to its streets this fall.

A review of its collision data by the Public Works department from 2015 and 2019 determined the ten intersections were the most collisions took place, mostly due to vehicles running red lights.

“Regional staff often deal with safety concerns raised by residents about speeding on Regional roads. Speed is a basic risk factor in traffic. It is also a primary cause of crashes, often contributing to serious injury or death.”

The ten intersections getting the red light camera are:

Fort Erie: Garrison Rd. (Regional Road 3) and Pettit Rd.-Daytona Dr.
Grimsby: Livingston Ave. (Regional Road 512) and Roberts Rd.
Lincoln: Ontario St. (Regional Road 18) and South Service Rd. (Regional Road 40)
Niagara Falls: Stanley Ave. (Regional Road 102) and Dunn St; Lundy’s Lane (Regional Road 20) and Garner Rd.
Pelham: Old Highway 20 (Regional Road 20) and Victoria Ave. (Regional Road 24)
St. Catharines: Louth St. (Regional Road 72) and St. Paul St. West (Regional Road 81); Niagara St. (Regional Road 48) and Parnell Rd.
Welland: Lincoln Ave. (Regional Road 29) and Prince Charles Dr. (Regional Road 54); Niagara St. (Regional Road 50) and Quaker Rd.

 

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