I suggest the City ...

Use electronic video speed enforcement over these temporary speed bumps. It would become a revenue generator for the city

Video speed enforcement would generase revenue from ticketing speeders. The current temporary speed bumps cost money to install and remove each year and operate at a revenue loss. The video speed enforcement would also be in effect year round and has potential to generate revenue or at least be revenue neutral.

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      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What is legal is red light cameras. However said intersections have to be timed properly. Which is an impossible feet when the city doesn't own the intersection in question

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This isn't iceland, Norway or Scotland. This is Canada, where we have the charter of rights and freedoms. Where a person is innocent until PROVEN guilty. Which is why your "suggestion" is illegal. Under a different province radar warning devices are legal. No accusations needed. You've been caught spamming the form and to do so really shows the real problem here. That being your road rage. We don't need to turn innocent people into "criminals@ because of your own personal anger issues.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        You are fraudulently reposting the same thing over and over. Speed cameras are illegal!!! Why should tax payers be turned into criminals for revenue generation. Perhaps
        Take a look at your own road rage Mr Allen aka Brian

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