Cleveland police deploy portable speed cameras

CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland police have deployed portable speed cameras to go along with permanently installed devices trained on passing motorists.

The city has deployed its most recent round of speed traps to five thoroughfares citywide.

After the deployment Thursday, the city said two locations did not have required signs warning drivers that they were entering a speed enforcement zone. Citations from those cameras will be dismissed until crews resolve the issue.

The Northeast Ohio Media Group reported a third camera was shut down to be moved to a new location because trees obscured the cameras.


Information from: The Plain Dealer,

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