Weston and Lawrence red light camera is operational.

Weston has some incredible human resources. One of them is Hans Havermann who writes an excellent blog filled with local and mathematical entries. He keeps me honest whenever I give research short shrift and stray too far from reality.

One such occasion concerns red light cameras. Silly me for expecting that when the City of Toronto’s website said recently we have 77 red light cameras, it must be true. Apparently it’s not even close as there are now 125 in operation (it’s still not enough). The site has been updated recently with a more accurate number. Not only that but the anticipated red light camera at Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue is now on their list and operational. Other local cameras are at Jane and Bala / Emmet Avenue,  and Keele and Lawrence.

A belated thank you Hans for continuing to keep me honest and yes, you do owe me a beer.

 

One thought on “Weston and Lawrence red light camera is operational.”

  1. Let’s hope these cameras serve more to bring awareness, in general to everyone who makes their way through any & every intersection in the city – two legged, two wheeled and 4 wheels+

    Nevertheless, I’d still advise for all concerned to not just bolt into & through an intersection or roadway, and perhaps right into lurking danger.

    As a pedestrian or cyclist you may be right, in that it’s your turn to enter and cross, but if you let your guard down, you’ll be dead right.

    Heads up, always.
    (Teach & role model for your babies.)

    (Q: And, will it be lager, ale or stout? We need to know. )

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