Philadelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Parking Authority has teamed up with The City of Philadelphia as part of their Vision Zero Campaign to make Roosevelt Boulevard less dangerous by inserting speed safety cameras along eight hazardous stretches of highway along the Roosevelt Blvd.
Philadelphia Installs Speed Cameras Along Roosevelt Boulevard
In an effort to cut down on the number of speeding-associated injuries, collisions, and fatalities, along the Roosevelt Boulevard, cameras designed to take snapshots of any vehicles' license plate exceeding the speed limit are now in place. Together with a short video of the vehicle if radar notices it traveling in excess of 10 MPH over the posted speed limit.
On Monday, June 1st, a 60-day warning period began at all speed camera spots. During the course of the 60-day warning period, vehicles traveling 11 miles or more over the posted limit have started to receive a warning sent by mail, along with important information about the automated speed enforcement program as well as a list of goals to make Roosevelt Boulevard safer. On August 1, all violators started to receive a notice together with a fine for speeding. Drivers traveling in excess of 11 mph over the speed limit will receive a fine of up to $150.