Earlier this year, the City installed 50 new automated speed enforcement (ASE) cameras throughout Toronto. But it turns out the city is also home to 145 additional red light cameras to help catch lead-footed drivers.
According to the City, a red light camera (RLC) is a camera that captures an image of a vehicle that has entered an intersection in spite of the traffic signal indicating red (during the red phase).
Generally, the camera is triggered when a vehicle enters the intersection (passes the stop-bar) after the traffic signal has turned red.
To ensure that drivers know exactly where each red light camera is located, we’ve put together an interactive map that pins where all 145 cameras are in the city.