BC Intersection Speed Camera Locations

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Steve G., Jul 28, 2019.

  1. Steve G.

    Steve G. Long timer Supporter

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    Vancouver

    • Boundary Road at East 49th Avenue
    • East Hastings Street at Main Street
    • East Hastings Street at Renfrew Street
    • Grandview Highway at Rupert Street
    • Granville Street at West King Edward Avenue
    • Kingsway at Joyce
    • Kingsway at Victoria Drive
    • Knight Street at East 33rd Avenue
    • Oak Street at West 57th Avenue
    • Oak Street at West 70th Avenue
    • Southeast Marine Drive at Kerr
    • West Georgia Street at Cardero Street
    Surrey
    • 128th Street at 88th Avenue
    • 152nd Street at 96th Avenue
    • 152nd Street at King George Boulevard
    • 64th Avenue at 152nd Street
    • 96th Avenue at 132nd Street
    • King George Boulevard at 104th Avenue
    • King George Boulevard at 80th Avenue
    Richmond
    • Garden City Road at Cambie Road
    Port Coquitlam
    • Lougheed Highway at Shaughnessy Street
    Pitt Meadows
    • Lougheed Highway at Old Dewdney Truck Road
    North Vancouver
    • Marine Drive at Capilano Road
    Nanaimo
    • Island Highway at Aulds Road
    Maple Ridge
    • Lougheed Highway at 207th Avenue
    Langley
    • 200th Street at 64th Avenue
    • Route 10 at Fraser Highway
    Kelowna
    • Harvey Avenue at Cooper Road
    • Highway 97 North at Banks Road
    Delta
    • Nordel Way at 84th Avenue
    Coquitlam
    • Barnet Highway at Mariner Way
    Burnaby
    • Kingsway at Boundary Road
    • Kingsway at Royal Oak Avenue
    • Willingdon at Deer Lake

    Abbotsford
    • Route 11 at Lonzo Road
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  2. CCitis

    CCitis Been here awhile

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    I can't imagine how many of us are going to get tickets from the speed cameras. I went through one of these intersections, saw the signs stating the cameras... I was doing 15 over and was being passed by people around me. This will be interesting, and possibly expensive. I guess it will make us have to do some impromptu brake checks lol
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  3. MiltonHog

    MiltonHog Been here awhile

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    Is this a prov regulation or municipal bylaws. In Ontario we got rid of photo radar back in 1996 but it is slowly being re introduced in school zones during school hours as a municipal bylaw. No points but very expensive tickets.

    It was a huge revenue tool for the NDP and had nothing to do with safety. The courts were tied up for years and after it stopped the Prov Crowns withdrew hundreds of these charges. I fought several tickets using French Language services act and getting a couple of remands and using the evidentiary rules as far as production of evidence and witness officers. I also demanded the evidence technical service people attend every hearing.

    I was never convicted and the largest fine was $42.00 no points . It seemed hundreds of tickets were fought successfully but it was a PITA to the fight and win. The largest ticket was for 12 kmh on 401 at Milton at 930 pm on a Saturday evening. I found that using the french language services act was a real make work project for the court staff and I never did receive a Christmas card from the staff.

    Photo radar is more about generating cash than traffic safety.
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    ommoran Experienced Newbie

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    Neither. This is the Greater Vancouver Council - think of Metro Council in Toronto before that was disbanded. I knew these were coming, not much you can do to fight them.

    The one in Burnaby at Deer Lake is funny - right by RCMP HQ. I wonder if the Gendarmes will be paying all of their own tickets?
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  5. Steve G.

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    I live 400 yards from the 96th ave / 152 nd St. camera. It’s flashing virtually every cycle. I’m still trying to figure out if it takes shots of just 152nd north and south, AND 96th east ,,,, the way the camera is situated.
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  6. CCitis

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    Any idea how fast you have to be going to trigger it?
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    Can't really tell,,,,,i'm going through it like a granny right now.
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  8. MiltonHog

    MiltonHog Been here awhile

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    I am not sure what amount of grace they are setting your camera/radar at. In Ontario they were charging as low as 9 kmh. I have never seen the OPP write up at less than 15 for cars and bikes but heavy trucks as low as 10 kmh. In Ont we have a 105 max for commercial vehicles and it is supposed to be through the computer not just cruise control.
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