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25 new speed cameras to be installed across Toronto

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Dorcas Marfo, CP24.com

Published Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 10:45 AM EST

Last updated Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 4:06 PM EST

The City of Toronto has revealed the locations of 25 new speed cameras that it plans to start issuing tickets for later this month.

The cameras join the 50 existing cameras currently in operation across Toronto, bringing the total to 75.

A 90-day warning sign will be installed at the new location in November 2022 to warn drivers in advance before they are prosecuted, according to the city.

The 25 new speed cameras will be installed at:

  • Thistle Down Boulevard East Albion Road (Etobicoke North)

  • Martin Grove Road south of Eglinton Avenue West (Etobicoke Centre)

  • Ekimae-dori West Mimiko-dori (By Lake Etobiko)

  • Lansdowne Avenue (Parkdale High Park) near 108 Lansdowne Avenue

  • Pritchard Avenue near Batavia Avenue (York South Weston)

  • West West of Shepherd Avenue Kiel Street (York Center)

  • Driftwood Avenue east of Jane Street (Humber River to Black Creek)

  • Avenue Road (Eglinton-Lawrence) north of Elwood Boulevard

  • Gladstone Avenue south of Cross Street (Davenport)

  • Dennison Avenue South of Grange (Spadina – Fort York)

  • Bloor Street West west of Clinton Street (University-Rosedale)

  • Davisville Avenue east of Yonge Street (Toronto-St. Pauls)

  • Sackville Street (Toronto Center) near Queen Street East

  • Logan Avenue north of Wolfrey Avenue (Toronto-Danforth)

  • Harrison Road (Don Valley West) near Burnham Avenue

  • Sloane Avenue (Don Valley East) near Draycott Drive

  • Freshmeadow Drive west of Applegate Crescent (Don Valley North)

  • Senrak Road (Willowdale) north of Elinhill Drive

  • Main Street south of Swanwick Avenue (Beach – East York)

  • Danforth Road east of Huntington Avenue (Scarborough Southwest)

  • Lawrence Avenue East near Canish Road (Scarborough Center)

  • Birchmount Road north of Bay Mills Boulevard (Scarborough-Agincourt)

  • Tapscott Road west of Blackwell Avenue (Scarborough North)

  • Orton Park Road, south of Ellesmere Road (Scarborough Guildwood)

  • Lawrence Avenue East West Port Union Road (Scarborough Rouge Park)

According to the city, 49 of the existing 50 camera devices will be rotated to Round 6 locations to reduce speeding in areas of safety concern.

New locations for existing 50 speed cameras:

  • Kipling Avenue north of Rowntree Road (Etobicoke North)

  • Humberwood Boulevard (Etobicoke North) south of Pine Cone Drive

  • Bloor Street West near 4034 Bloor St. W. (Etobicoke Centre)

  • Allanhurst Drive near Mulham Place (Etobicoke Centre)

  • Burnhamthorpe Road west of Dundas Street West (Etobicoke-Lakeshore)

  • Norseman Street near Lothian Avenue (Etobicoke Lakeshore)

  • Dundas Street West East of Watkinson Avenue (Parkdale-High Park)

  • Parkside Drive (Parkdale High Park) south of Algonquin Avenue

  • Keel Street near Nashville Avenue (York South Weston)

  • Emmett Avenue near 75 Emmett Avenue, York South Weston

  • Kiel Street (York Center) north of Wandle Avenue

  • Giltspur Drive (York Centre) near 120 Giltspur Dr.

  • Weston Road south of Burgundy Court (Humber River to Black Creek)

  • Duncan Woods Drive west of Gracedale Boulevard (Humber River to Black Creek)

  • Neptune Drive west of Bathurst Street (Eglinton Lawrence)

  • Glengrove Avenue W W of Glen Castle Street (Eglinton Lawrence)

  • Ossington Avenue north of Churchill Avenue, Davenport

  • College Street near Sheridan Avenue, Davenport

  • Carlyle Street (Spadina-Fort York) near Dundas Street West

  • Queen’s Quay West East of Bathurst Street (Spadina – Fort York)

  • Bloor Street East East of Castle Frank Road (University-Rosedale)

  • Howland Avenue south of Wells Street (University-Rosedale)

  • Yonge Street (Toronto-St. Pauls) near Glen Elm Avenue

  • Russell Hill Road north of Coulson Avenue (Toronto-St. Pauls)

  • Alexander Street, east of Yonge Street (Toronto Centre)

  • Sherbourne Street south of Wellesley Street East (Toronto Centre)

  • East-west of Dundas Street Boulton Avenue (Toronto-Danforth)

  • Carlow Avenue south of Queen Street East (Toronto Danforth)

  • Overley Boulevard (Don Valley West) east of William Morgan Drive

  • Fenn Avenue north of Gordon Road (Don Valley West)

  • Don Mills Road (Don Valley East) north of Overlea Boulevard

  • Fenelon Drive (Don Valley East) near Cullen Road

  • Old Shepherd Avenue east of Radnor Drive (Don Valley North)

  • Van Horne Avenue (Don Valley North) near Cyrus Hill Drive

  • Beecroft Road (Willowdale) near Lorraine Drive

  • Hilda Avenue north of Drewry Avenue (Willowdale)

  • East East of Gerrard Street Beaton Avenue (Beach – East York)

  • Wolverley Boulevard west of Glebemount Avenue (Beach – East York)

  • Midland Avenue (Scarborough Southwest) south of Aylesworth Avenue

  • Blantyre Avenue south of Swanwick Avenue (Scarborough Southwest)

  • Midland Avenue (Scarborough Center) north of Tara Avenue

  • Dolcott Avenue west of Lion Heights Road (Scarborough Center)

  • Finch Avenue East West of Birchmount Road (Scarborough-Agincourt)

  • Glendower Circuit (Scarborough – Agincourt) near Nearwood Gate

  • Brimley Road north of Pittfield Road (Scarborough North)

  • Ingleton Boulevard (Scarborough North) east of President’s Court

  • Morningside Avenue (Scarborough-Guildwood) north of Danzig Street

  • Dormington Drive (Scarborough-Guildwood) north of Ellesmere Road

  • Morrish Road (Scarborough Rouge Park) near Starfire Drive

  • Little’s Road south of Rangeley Drive (Scarborough Rouge Park)

The city said the cameras on Parkside Drive, south of Algonquin Avenue (Parkdale High Park), would remain in place in response to community concerns about speeding and to reduce speeding incidents on Parkside Drive. says.

In September, Parkside Drive, south of Algonquin Avenue, accounted for 10% of tickets issued under the Automated Speed ​​Enforcement (ASE) program.

The city’s ASE program issued over 48,000 total tickets in the two months of August and September last year.

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