Dayton Ohio Gets 10 New Speed Cameras

Dayton is one of just a few cities around the US that is beginning to use speed cameras. In Europe, there are upwards of 40,000 cameras throughout the region. However, the United States has been slow to adopt the automated speed enforcement method.  We have all of Dayton locations and others around the US listed in our speed camera database

Dayton Ohio city officials are moving forward with plans to add photo speed enforcement cameras near 10 of the city’s most dangerous accident areas for automobile travelers. The automated cameras likely will be installed by late April or early May, and speeding drivers will be given a 30-day grace period. After the grace period ends an $85 fine will be issued.

Dayton will keep $55 of that fine and the rest will go to the camera company Redflex which is based in Scottsdale Arizona. Redflex is paying to install the equipment and will do the initial processing of the tickets before Dayton police will give final approval before the tickets are mailed.