FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 17, 2009
Additional red-light safety cameras announced
The City of Kansas City, Mo., Public Works Department today announced that July 31 is the target date for activating red-light safety cameras at the intersection of I-435 and Wornall Road and adding an additional red-light safety camera to the intersection at I-435 and 23rd Street.
These installations will bring the total number of active red-light safety cameras to 30 and the total number of program intersections to 18. The Public Works Department does not anticipate expanding the Red-Light Safety Camera Program to new intersections in the near future.
A complete list of Red-Light Safety Camera locations is listed at www.kcmo.org/pubworks.
The City contracts with American Traffic Solutions Inc., to administer its Red-Light Safety Camera Program. The company serves more than 130 communities across the U.S. with photo enforcement programs and is the largest provider of red-light camera systems in Missouri.
Media inquiries about installations and technical aspects of Kansas City’s Red-Light Safety Camera Program should be directed to Dennis Gagnon, public information officer for the Public Works Department, (816) 513-2659.
Media inquiries about enforcement of red light running laws and the review process for red-light safety camera violations should be directed to the Kansas City Police Department’s Media Unit, (816) 234-5170.
Media inquiries about American Traffic Solutions Inc., should be directed to Josh Weiss, director of Communications and Public Affairs, (480)-596-4613 or email@example.com.