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The Waterloo Police Department is announcing the expansion of the Automated Traffic Enforcement Program.  This program began in 2017 and currently has, two mobile systems and 13 cameras covering these 6 intersections:

Highway 63 and Ridgeway Ave

San Marnan and Shoppers Blvd

Parker and Broadway

Washington and W. 6th

Washington and 11th

Williston and Baltimore

The completion of various road construction projects, expanded traffic studies and increased bicycle and pedestrian traffic have led us to expand this program to the following areas:

Anborough and Ridgeway Ave

San Marnan and LaPorte Rd

Franklin and E. 5th Street (Southbound)

Franklin and E. 6th Street (Northbound)

Mitchell and Washington St

Highway 218 and Broadway (North and Southbound traffic)

The newly installed cameras will issue warnings for the first 30 days to allow motorist to adapt their driving habits.   Thirty days after installation they will begin issuing automated traffic citations.   

Traffic fines issued by the Automated Traffic System do not count against a violators driving record or insurance.

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Press Release Contacts

Public Information Officer 
Major Joe Leibold
Investigations Division
leiboldj@waterloopolice.com
319-291-4383

Waterloo Police Department
715 Mulberry Street
Waterloo, Iowa 50703

After 4 p.m. and on Weekends,
Please contact the On-Duty
Watch Commander at 319-291-4340 option 2