MPD Expands Photo Enforcement Program

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MPD Expands Photo Enforcement Program

MEDFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT EXPANDS PHOTO ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM


News Release from Medford Police Dept.
Posted on FlashAlert: October 10th, 2018 9:44 AM
The Medford Police Department has expanded its photo red light and speed enforcement program. 

The intersections located at Biddle Rd. and E. McAdrews Rd. as well as E. Barnett Rd. and E. Stewart Av. are now equipped to enforce speed violations as well as red light violations.

These two intersections went live to enforce speed violations on October 1st.  However, only warnings will be issued for the first 30 days.  Citations for speed violations at these two intersections will start being issued on November 1st.

The City of Medford currently utilizes photo enforcement cameras at four intersections:
  • E. Barnett Rd. and E. Stewart Av.
  • Biddle Rd. and E. McAndrews Rd.
  • N. Central Av. and E. 4th St.
  • S. Riverside Av. and E. 8th St.
The goal of the photo enforcement program is to improve traffic safety in Medford.  Since installing photo enforcement cameras at the listed intersections the City has seen a reduction of drivers running red lights and a reduction of crashes in the area.

For more information on the photo enforcement program please contact Sergeant Trevor Arnold at (541) 774-2272.  

Contact Info:
Sgt. Trevor Arnold
MPD Media Line (541) 774-2299

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