City Considering Final Year's Contract For Traffic Cameras

Saturday, October 19, 2019

The city of Chattanooga is considering a contract for a final year of an agreement for traffic cameras with an Orlando, Fla., firm.

The contract with Sensys America is for a "traffic infraction detection and enforcement program."

It includes cameras at the Hixson Pike S Curves, two mobile speed systems, and two red light systems.

The agreement started in April 2012.

The city pays $1,600 per month for the fixed systems and $1,400 per month for the mobile speed systems.

There is a variable lease fee of $14 per paid violation. There is also a variable processing fee of $7 per issued citation.

The City Council will consider the resolution on Tuesday night.


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