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Speed Safety Cameras are a proven safety tool that reduce dangerous speeding in neighborhoods and save lives.
PBOT installs speed safety cameras on High Crash Network streets, such as on SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway, above. When people drive past the cameras while exceeding the posted speed limit, the cameras capture photos and video for review by Portland Police.
|SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway (between Hillsdale Town Center and SW Shattuck Road)||Active|
|SE Division Street (between 148th and 162nd)||Active|
|SE 122nd Avenue (between Foster and Holgate)||Active|
|NE Marine Drive (eastbound near NE 33rd Drive, westbound near NE 138th Ave.)||February 2018|
Speeding is a top contributing factor to deadly crashes across the Portland region. Portland's Vision Zero Action Plan, adopted in 2016, calls for installing pilot speed safety cameras on four high crash corridors in the first two years, and expanding program to additional high crash corridors following the pilot.
For additional information, please see the FAQs. If you have questions about a warning or citation you received from a speed safety camera, please call 503-221-0415 or 1-800-799-7082.
Chapter 721, 2015 Oregon Revise Statutes (ORS) specifies the use and reporting requirements of the City’s fixed speed safety cameras. The City shall provide an outcome evaluation once each odd-numbered year to the Legislative Assembly.
Speeding is a top contributing factor to serious and deadly crashes across the Portland region.