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School-Zone Speed Cameras to Begin Activation Starting September 4th

30 Day Warning Period Citywide, Fines to Start October 23nd

August 15,

PROVIDENCE, RI- The City of Providence announced the locations of the 15 Portable Camera Units (PCU’s) that will be operational in school zones throughout the City beginning September 4, The PCU’s, or speed cameras, are used to enforce speed limit violations and increase public safety measures for both pedestrians and drivers.

These cameras began operating in January of this year, starting with five (5) locations, and increasing to ten (10) in March Cameras are rotated based on the number of violations that are issued and placed in areas with problematic traffic and speed concerns. Cameras are operational on all school days, Monday through Friday and will be enforcing the posted speed limit from a.m. to p.m. starting on September 4th. Warnings will be issued to violators for the first 30 school days, beginning on September 4th and fines will begin being issued on October 23rd.

Locations for cameras are 50 Laurel Hill Avenue (Achievement First Mayoral Academy), Chalkstone Avenue (Pleasant View Elementary School), Depasquale Avenue (Carl Lauro Elementary), 55 Gordon Avenue- Potters Avenue side (Bailey Elementary), Across from Olney Street (Hope High School), Sterling Avenue (Webster Avenue Elementary), Branch Avenue-Northside East of Burleigh Street E-cubed Academy), Public Street (MET School), Mount Pleasant Avenue (Mount Pleasant High School), Thurbers Avenue (Roger Williams Middle School), Charles Street (Esek Hopkins Middle School), Elmgrove Avenue (Nathan Bishop Middle School), Butler Avenue (Lincoln School), Chalkstone Avenue (Nathaniel Greene Middle School), and Douglas Avenue (Veazie Street School).  Increased signage will be placed in areas where speed limit laws will be photo enforced.

If a vehicle is determined by the PCU to be operating 11MPH or more over the speed limit, a violation will automatically be issued. The violation will then be reviewed by Providence Police Officers and Conduent, an outside vendor who manages and maintains the cameras.  Once the violation is reviewed for accuracy and the information is verified, it is then mailed to the offender for payment. The first and each subsequent fine is $

The National Center for Safe Routes to School reports that pedestrians have a 95 percent chance of surviving if hit by a car going 20 miles per hour; 55 percent for pedestrians hit by a car going 30 miles per hour; and 15 percent for those hit by a car going 40 miles per hour.

A reduction in speed can be the difference between life and death.

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New Locations for Providence Speed Cameras&#;See Where

Tuesday, September 03,

GoLocalProv News Team

 

The City of Providence’s new school zone speed camera locations will begin activation on September 3, — in time for the return of school.

According to Providence City Councilman Michael Correia the number of cameras remains at

Nine cameras will remain in their same location

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50 Laurel Hill Avenue (Achievement First Mayoral Academy)

Chalkstone Avenue (Nathaniel Green Middle School)

Across from Olney Street (Hope High School)

Mount Pleasant Avenue (Mount Pleasant High School)

Thurbers Avenue (Roger Williams Middle School)

Charles Street (Esek Hopkins Middle School)

Butler Avenue (Lincoln School)

Douglas Avenue (Veazie Street School)

Reservoir Avenue (Reservoir Avenue Elementary School)

 

Six will be moved to new locations


Broad Street (Highlander Charter School)

93 Cranston Street (Providence Career and Technical Academy), Dexter Street at Waldo Street (Alfred Lima Elementary School)

Branch Avenue (A-Venture Academy),

Douglas Avenue (Times 2 Academy)

Across from Academy Avenue (La Salle Academy)

Correia said that warnings will be issued to violators for 30 days at new camera locations and violations will be issued starting on October 21st.

 

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Traffic-enforcement cameras coming to East Providence

Traffic cameras, which will be used to enforce red-light compliance at intersections and speed limits in school zones, are coming to East Providence. Warning signs, like this one shown in Pawtucket, are required in areas where the cameras will be used.

EAST PROVIDENCE — Beware drivers: your city is getting speed-zone cameras.

“After receiving consistent resident concerns about speeding on our city streets, we will be installing a traffic enforcement system in East Providence,” Police Chief William C. Nebus announced in a news release.

"A speed enforcement program is an effective one at deterring speeding, reducing crashes, and ultimately saving lives,'' he said.

The fine for running through a red-light intersection will be $ The fine for speeding in a school safety zone will be $

Here's what is known:

The program will begin with a day warning period. "Motorists will receive a notice in the mail instead of a violation with the goal of changing driver behavior before a violation," the news release said.

Sensys Gatso, the contractor, will cover the costs associated with the equipment, installation of the pole-mounted cameras and signage, and will send data to the police for review. The Police Department will determine whether to issue a violation. Drivers can appeal.

A school-zone speed camera in Providence

Here is what is not yet clear: the exact date the cameras will go into operation; the posted speed limit in each of these areas; the percentage of revenue that will go to the contractor; and the amount of money the city is counting on receiving from the speed-zone cameras.

For comparison, school-zone speed cameras were installed in Providence in , and as of October had brought in $ million to the city and $ million to Conduent, the private vendor that runs the cameras, according to a WPRI-TV report. 

In Providence, the cameras only issue fines when drivers are going 11 mph over the mph speed limit, and the cameras are only on from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday on school days.

Here are the "initial" intersections where East Providence plans to place speed  cameras, according to city spokeswoman Patricia Resende:  

  • Pawtucket and Warren avenues;
  • Pawtucket and Taunton avenues;
  • Broadway and Warren Avenue;
  • Pawtucket Avenue and Veterans Memorial Parkway;
  • Newport and Ferris avenues; 
  • Wampanoag Trail and Mink Street;
  • North Broadway and Roger Williams Avenue;
  • Highland Avenue and Catamore Boulevard;
  • Taunton Avenue and Purchase Street; and
  • Broadway and Grosvenor Avenue.

The city also plans to place them near: 

  • St. Mary's Academy Bay View School, Pawtucket Ave.;
  • Kent Heights School, Pawtucket Ave.; 
  • Riverside Middle School, Forbes St.;
  • St. Margaret School, 42 Bishop Ave.; and
  • East Providence High School, Pawtucket Ave.

In July , the General Assembly passed a law to require four advance warning signs at least feet ahead of each "school zone speed enforcement" camera in any community.

The law also said: It shall be the vendor's responsibility to furnish an annual report with all pertinent data to the speaker of the House of Representatives and the Senate president.

The law also limits their use to 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on school days.

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School-Zone Speed Cameras to Begin Activation Starting September 3,

30 Day Warning Period For New Camera Locations ONLY, violations issued beginning October 21,

Providence, RI- The City of Providence announces the locations of the 15 Portable Camera Units (PCU’s) that will be operational in school zones throughout the City beginning September 3, The PCU’s, or speed cameras, are used to enforce speed limit violations and increase public safety measures for both pedestrians and drivers.

These cameras began operating in January of , starting with five (5) locations, and increasing to ten (10) in March of Cameras are rotated based on the number of violations that are issued and placed in areas with problematic traffic and speed concerns. Cameras are operational on all school days, Monday through Friday and enforce the posted speed limit from a.m. to p.m. Cameras that are remaining in their current locations will begin issuing tickets immediately, starting on September 3rd. Warnings will be issued to violators for 30 days at new camera locations and violations will be issued starting on October 21st. Nine cameras will remain in their current locations and six will be moved.

Locations for the new cameras are Hope Street (Providence Center School), 93 Cranston Street (Providence Career and Technical Academy), Dexter Street at Waldo Street (Alfred Lima Elementary School), Branch Avenue (A-Venture Academy), Douglas Avenue (Times 2 Academy) and Across from Academy Avenue (LaSalle Academy).

Cameras that will remain in their current locations are 50 Laurel Hill Avenue (Achievement First Mayoral Academy), Chalkstone Avenue (Nathaniel Green Middle School), Across from Olney Street (Hope High School), Mount Pleasant Avenue (Mount Pleasant High School), Thurbers Avenue (Roger Williams Middle School), Charles Street (Esek Hopkins Middle School), Butler Avenue (Lincoln School), Douglas Avenue (Veazie Street School) and Reservoir Avenue (Reservoir Avenue Elementary School). Increased signage will be placed in areas where speed limit laws will be photo enforced.

If a vehicle is determined by the PCU to be operating 11MPH or more over the speed limit, a violation will automatically be issued. The violation will then be reviewed by Providence Police Officers and Conduent, an outside vendor who manages and maintains the cameras.  Once the violation is reviewed for accuracy and the information is verified, it is then mailed to the offender for payment. The first and each subsequent fine is $

The National Center for Safe Routes to School reports that pedestrians have a 95 percent chance of surviving if hit by a car going 20 miles per hour; 55 percent for pedestrians hit by a car going 30 miles per hour; and 15 percent for those hit by a car going 40 miles per hour.

A reduction in speed can be the difference between life and death.

 

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Prov. City Council plans review of speed camera program

School-zone speed cameras return to Providence on Monday — and there will be more of them

A traffic speed camera in Providence in

PROVIDENCE — The city will increase its school-zone speed cameras from 15 to 20 when they return on Monday.

A warning period begins Monday for new locations only; citations will be issued there starting Dec. 7.

For returning locations, citations will be issued immediately starting Monday.

The cameras began operating in January of , with locations rotating based on the number of violations issued.

“Cameras are strategically placed in areas with problematic traffic and speed concerns,” the city said in a news release, “and are operational on all school days, Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.”

Fourteen cameras will remain in their previous locations, the city said, and six will be added in new locations. The only camera location being eliminated is on Mount Pleasant Avenue.

Locations for the new cameras are Promenade St. (Paul Cuffee School), Blackstone Boulevard at University Avenue (School One), Chalkstone Avenue at Waller Street (Mount Pleasant Academy), Eaton and Nelson streets (RFK Elementary), Union Avenue at Waverly Street (Children's Friend) and Plainfield Street at Merino Street (Spaziano Annex).

Cameras will remain in their current locations at 93 Cranston St. (Providence Career and Technical Academy), Dexter and Waldo streets (Alfred Lima Elementary School), Branch Ave. (A-Venture Academy), Douglas Ave. (Times 2 Academy), Academy Ave. (LaSalle Academy), 50 Laurel Hill Ave. (Achievement First Mayoral Academy), Chalkstone Ave. (Nathaniel Green Middle School), Olney St. (Hope High School), Thurbers Ave. (Roger Williams Middle School), Charles St. (Esek Hopkins Middle School), Butler Ave. (Lincoln School), Douglas Ave. (Veazie Street School), Reservoir Ave. (Reservoir Avenue Elementary School) and Hope St. (Providence Center School).

If a camera determines that a vehicle is operating at 11 mph or more over the 20 mph speed limit, a violation will automatically be issued. The violation will then be reviewed for accuracy by Providence Police officers and Conduent, an outside vendor that manages and maintains the cameras. Once the violation is verified, it is mailed to the offender for payment.

The fine for violations is $ Increased signs will be placed in areas where speed-limit laws will be photo enforced.

“October is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month,” Public Safety Commissioner Steven M. Paré said in the news release, “and the activation of these cameras should act as a reminder to all drivers that a reduction in speed can be the difference between life and death.”

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