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Don’t rush the red!

New red-light cameras will help make Guelph roads safer
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The City is installing six red-light cameras at the following locations this year:

  • Wellington Street East at Wyndham Street South (Ward 1)
  • Eramosa Road at Stevenson Street North (Ward 2)
  • Speedvale Avenue West at Dawson Road (Ward 3)
  • Imperial Road at Willow Road (Ward 4)
  • Scottsdale Drive at Stone Road West (Ward 5)
  • Clair Road West at Gordon Street (Ward 6)

Road safety is our priority
We want to keep both you and our roads safe. Running a red light is more likely to cause significant injury than any other type of collision. Installing red-light cameras in Guelph will help decrease the severity of injuries from collisions by reducing right-angle collisions and drivers running red lights.
We all have a role to play in keeping Guelph roads safe. All road users who drive, walk, cycle or wheel should obey traffic signals at intersections and be aware of their surroundings. Please drive according to road conditions and don’t rush a red light.

How red-light cameras work
Red-light cameras are live around the clock and take pictures of vehicles entering an intersection after the traffic signal turns red. Vehicles entering the intersection on a green or amber light are not photographed. Drivers making legal right and left turns are not issued tickets.
Tickets for violations are sent to the registered licence plate holder of the photographed vehicle within 30 days.

For more information
Traffic Services
519-822-1260 extension 3414  or click HERE


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