Invitation to weigh in on proposed photo radar changes

The City of Toronto is seeking regulatory changes from the province that would allow for photo radar, as part of its Vision Zero plan to eliminate all traffic-related deaths. (Philippe Huguen/Getty Images)

The City of Toronto is seeking regulatory changes from the province that would allow for photo radar, as part of its Vision Zero plan to eliminate all traffic-related deaths. (Philippe Huguen/Getty Images)

CBC: The Ford government is seeking public comment on proposed regulatory changes that would allow municipalities to bring in automated speed enforcement (ASE) systems, better known as photo radar, at school and community safety zones.
You may forward your comments online HERE or by post at Ministry of Transportation, Road Safety Policy Office, Safety Policy and Education Branch, 87 Sir William Hearst Avenue, Building "A", Room 212, Toronto, Ontario, M3M 0B4.

For more information on Enhancing Municipal Road Safety through Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) please visit HERE.