GETTING STARTED

The following steps outline the process that your community needs to follow in order to establish a SafeSpeed photo-enforcement program:

  1. Your community signs a letter of intent with SafeSpeed.

  2. Traffic studies are performed. At the same time, SafeSpeed may help you with safety measures that go beyond its photo-enforcement program. For instance, your community may want to extend yellow light signal times, establish red light intervals, or make engineering changes to roads or intersections.

  3. Your community passes a local municipal ordinance to allow photo-enforcement and other traffic safety measures, if any.

  4. Your community signs a contract with SafeSpeed.

  5. Photo-enforcement permit applications and program justifications required by your state’s transportation department are completed.

  6. SafeSpeed assists your community in the development and execution of a public awareness campaign, pre and post installation of the photo-enforcement system.

  7. SafeSpeed installs one or more photo-enforcement systems in your community. Equipment installation is provided at no cost.

  8. SafeSpeed works with your state’s transportation department to obtain approval for the photo-enforcement system to become operational.

  9. Your community’s SafeSpeed photo-enforcement program goes live.

  10. SafeSpeed maintains and services your photo-enforcement system.