Traffic Detection Camera Installation Next Week

KINGMAN, Ariz. – Beginning Monday, March 9, 2020, contractors will be installing traffic detection cameras along Stockton Hill Road intersections that include Detroit and Sycamore Avenues. There will be traffic control and reduced speeds in place, while crews are at work. Crews are expected to finish the installation next week, barring any weather delays.

These new systems that have been installed at multiple intersections along Stockton Hill Rd. have greatly improved service to our citizens, reduced delays caused by broken loops, and reduced signal maintenance costs; this results in long-term, overall cost savings to the community. These detection cameras also detect motorcyclists and bicyclists easier than the traditional traffic loops, therefore increasing overall safety to our traveling public. The city urges the public to use caution when driving or walking within the traffic control area.

These cameras cannot be used for traffic violation enforcement, nor do they record or save any video.

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