Cleveland's portable traffic cameras move to new locations through Jan. 5 to catch speeding drivers

CLEVELAND - The city of Cleveland's portable camera units used to catch speeding drivers are on the move again.

Starting Wednesday, Dec. 18, 12 cameras will move to new locations. They will remain active at these new spots until Jan. 5.

The new locations are:

  • 4067 W. 150 St.
  • Rocky River and Maplewood Ave.
  • 11400 block of Edgewater Drive
  • 2300 Clark Ave.
  • State Road and Germaine
  • St. Clair Ave. and E. 124 St.
  • 16107 Waterloo Road
  • 4210 Payne Ave.
  • 4050 block of Superior Ave.
  • 2416 E. 55 St.
  • 4312 Lee Road
  • 6600 Fleet Ave.

As part of “Operation Safe Streets,” these portable camera units are self-contained and can be moved between locations, according to the city.

The portable units do not require an officer to stay with it. They can also be placed where mobile speed cameras cannot be parked. Permanent signs warn drivers that the cameras may be in use in the area.

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