Province squashes photo radar revenue


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By Jesse Boily, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

The province is restricting the use of automated traffic enforcement (ATE), in an effort to ensure photo radar technology is used for safety, not revenue.
The changes are expected to start in April.
“These changes respond to public concerns requesting the elimination of ‘fishing holes’ or speed traps while maintaining high levels of safety standards,” said Rajan Sawhney, provincial minister of transportation.
“Municipalities will be required to collect and provide data to support current and future site selection for...continued.

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