Ohio Village Adds Traffic Cameras to Keep Residents Safe


Ohio Village Adds Traffic Cameras to Keep Residents Safe
  1. Ohio Village Adds Traffic Cameras to Keep Residents Safe
    wtrf.com
    Traffic cameras are coming to Wellsville after Council unanimously approved adding them to catch people…
    Ohio (OH)

Traffic cameras are coming to Wellsville after Council unanimously approved adding them to catch people speeding.

Local officials say they are tired of people speeding in school zones and streets through town.

Their frustration led them to add brand new, photo-laser, speed enforcement systems to help make Wellsville a safer place.

With these new Blue Line cameras, police will be able to catch drivers speeding by capturing their speed, type of vehicle and license plate all on camera. The pictures are then uploaded onto a tablet and later transferred to local police.

Council members say they wanted drivers to face harsher penalties.

So now, drivers will be fined for going even just one mile per hour over the speed limit in school zones.

Wellsville…

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