Automated speed cameras moving to new locations in April

Niagara Region will be moving its automated speed enforcement cameras to new community safety zones beginning the week of April 15, 2024.
Three areas will start automated speed enforcement the week of April 15 including:
  • Niagara Falls - Montrose Road between Watson Street and Lundy's Lane (Greendale Elementary School)
  • Niagara-on-the-Lake - York Road between Queenston Road and Concession 3 Road (St. David's Public School)
  • St. Catharines - Louth Street between Rykert Street and Pelham Road (DSBN Academy) 
One additional location will start enforcement later in the month pending repairs to equipment:
  • West Lincoln - Townline Road between Harvest Gate and Canborough Road (Smithville District Christian High School)
In these areas, community members may notice work being done to install cameras and changes to on-road signs in preparation for automated speed enforcement. The cameras will be actively enforcing speeding violations in these areas starting mid-April through to mid-July.
The automated speed enforcement program is an important part of the Region’s Vision Zero initiative which is focused on the reduction and elimination of serious injuries and fatalities on the Regional road network. Learn more about Vision Zero in Niagara.
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