The Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) pilot will run from September to December this year.

During this four-month pilot program, ASE units will be used to collect data to better understand the processing and administrative requirements of the enforcement program. Data will be collected from school zones located on local, collector and minor arterial roads. The ASE units will be used to collect the speeds and volume of vehicles. The data collected will also be used for educational and outreach purposes, aimed at protecting vulnerable road users, reducing excessive speed and making communities safer for everyone.

The Automated Speed Enforcement pilot project does not involve the issuance of tickets or charges to vehicle owners as the regulations necessary from the Province of Ontario have not yet been enacted. It is expected that the Automated Speed Enforcement program will be operational by the end of 2019.

Currently, the fixed devices are positioned at Don Mills Road and Overlea Boulevard and the mobile ASE units have been deployed in different locations around the city.