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Red Light Cameras


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Red Light Cameras (RLC) are installed to photograph vehicles that run red lights.

The cameras are on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are connected to the traffic light (signal) and to sensors that are installed just before the stop line. The system constantly monitors the traffic light (signal), and the camera takes a picture of any vehicle that doesn't stop at the red light.

This dataset contains the location of red light cameras on Regional Roads within Peel Region.

For more information on the Region of Peel's red light camera program, please visit the Red Light Camera Program webpage

Red Light Cameras in Peel Region web map.

Category: Transportation
Group Name: Transportation
Data Steward: Transportation Division, Public Works, Region of Peel
Data Custodian: Dept. of Digital & Information Systems, Information Management Division, Peel Data Centre
Data Currency Comments: Last update: May 2019
Frequency: Annually
Data Accuracy Comments: Point location is at the location of the intersection the camera monitors, not at the actual physical location of the camera infrastructure.
Attributes: roads,street,transportation,traffic,red light,camera,safety,ticket,enforcement
Geographic Coverage: Peel Region
Coordinate System: NAD 1983 UTM Zone 17N, Geographic coordinate system: GCS North American 1983
Further Information: Red Light Camera Program

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