Well it looks like drivers are losing another little bit of trust and freedom as the city of Montreal is installing 12 new photo radars around the city.
So basically we have 12 new spots where drivers will suddenly have to slow down to fool the camera and then quickly speed back up again to make up for lost time.
I don't know about you, but I get nervous as hell when I approach a photo radar. Mostly because everyone stops looking at the road and they all look at their speedometers instead. I'm all for safety but this kind of measure seems to defeats the purpose.
- 5 new fixed cameras: Saint-Laurent, Christ-Roi, Mackay Centre, Lucien-Pagé, Marc-Laflamme.
- 1 red light camera: Corner Papineau and Henri-Bourassa.
- 6 mobile cameras: Sherbrooke, Henri-Bourassa, Saint-Michel, René-Lévesque, Christophe-Colomb.
Here's a map of the 6 fixed cameras.
(The mobile cameras are not featured on the map because their exact location is subject to change.)