Transforming Road Safety in Ontario’s Essa Township with Photo Speed Enforcement

Quaint road leading to Essa Township Administration Centre

Improving road safety has become a top priority for many municipalities across Canada. Ontario’s Township of Essa is taking significant strides towards safer roads by partnering with Global Traffic Group in launching an Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program, the most modern iteration of photo radar technology. Driving Change and Saving Lives: Essa Township is committed […]

Province Proposes Letting AMPS Handle ASE Cases

The Ontario Traffic Council expressed its support for a government move this spring that would help free up blocked Provincial Offences Courts. The MTO’s proposed regulatory framework for an Administrative Monetary Penalty Systems (AMPS) would allow ASE offences to be processed by municipalities outside of the courts. If it goes ahead implementation is expected by […]

Ajax Turns from Traffic Calming to ASE

Mayor Shaun Collier tells Global Traffic Matters that Ajax is moving from its costly traffic calming measures to more successful photo radar enforcement. “We had allocated $100,000/year for traffic calming measures and then developed warrants to identify the highest priority areas and the correct measures to address. While these were somewhat effective, many of these […]

Windsor Invests $22.3 Million in Road Safety

Windsor is pumping $22.3 million into high tech traffic safety systems including red light cameras, traffic sensors and 360° CCTV and is beefing up its intelligent transportation system. Mayor Drew Dilkens says, “Modernizing Windsor’s traffic infrastructure to make our roads safer, better connected and easier to navigate is among Council’s top priorities. It is why […]