Where Are Cedar Rapids Photo Enforced Ticket Holders Visiting From?

Where are people getting photo enforced tickets visiting from?
Marion, Iowa City, Waterloo, Hiawatha, Tulsa, Davenport, North Libert, Cedar Falls, Coraville, Chicago, Des Moines, Bettendorf, Minneapolis, Saint Louis.  

There have been 442,297 tickets issued in Cedar Rapids since the photo enforcement program was rolled out by Gatso in February 2010 through Aug. 29, 2014.  
  • The number of citations issued per month in 2014 is 9,832, which is the highest rate ever, and the last three months in the data set — July, August and June — are the three highest citation months. 
  • The previous high was 8,711 per month in 2011, the first full year the cameras were in operation. 
  • The number of citations issued to Cedar Rapidians has increased from a monthly average of 1,845 in 2011 to 2,209 in 2014, a 20 percent increase. 
  • Proportionately, Cedar Rapids motorists receive 22.5 percent of all tickets issued, which is down slightly from 2013. 
  • The large majority of tickets are issued through speed cameras on I-380. The cameras bring in about $5.3 million a year, with $3.2 million going to Cedar Rapids and $2.1 million to Gatso, in fiscal 2013.
  • The most interesting thing fact were the 6,098 Enterprise Rental car tickets. 
  • See the Cedar Rapids Map of Red Light Cameras