Photo Enforcement Criteria

Leading Location Criteria

  • High-risk locations – where the safety of residents or police officers would be at risk through conventional enforcement methods (pulled over on busy road etc.)
  • High-frequency locations – where motorists are ignoring or breaking traffic laws on an ongoing basis
  • High-collision locations
  • Where conventional enforcement is unsafe or ineffective
  • Areas or intersections with a history of collisions
  • Areas or intersections with an identifiable, documented history of speeding problems
  • Intersections with an identifiable, documented history of red light offences
  • High-speed, multi-lane arteries
  • School and playground zones or areas
  • Construction zones
  • Areas where the public or a community has expressed concerns related to speeding

School and Playground Zones

  • There are 65 school and playground zones around St. Albert
  • School Zones – speed limit of 30 km/h; in effect on school days from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Playground Zones – speed limit of 30 km/h; in effect starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending one hour after sunset. 

Resources


Printable Map: City of St. Albert Photo Enforcement Sites

Interactive Map: City of St. Albert Photo Enforcement Sites

Learn where Photo Enforcement will be on certain days

View the Speed Limits and School/Playground Zone Map

Photo Enforcement Frequently Asked Questions


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Last edited: March 6, 2020