The city has listed the new locations for its portable camera units.
The portable cameras will be active at the sites from February 10 through March 3.
Legislation passed in May of 2013 increased the fixed traffic cameras from 24 to 49 and increased portable cameras from six to 15.
Here are the locations that will be active on February 10.
- 4312 Lee Road
- 4050 Block of Superior Ave
- Rocky River and Maplewood Avenue
- 4067 W. 150th St
- St. Clair and E. 124th St
- 16107 Waterloo
- 11400 Block of Edgewater Drive
- 5301 Lorain Ave
- 6793 Franklin Ave
- 4210 Payne Ave
- 2416 E. 55th St
- 9270 Denison Ave
- 17700 Block of Euclid Ave
- 3241 W. 65th St
- 2300 Clark Avenue
According to the city, individuals who wish to appeal violation notices they receive will be able to have a hearing on the matter. This announcement comes after a recent
Eighth District Appeals Court decision in Jodka v. Cleveland caused the City to temporarily suspend the hearings.
"Traffic cameras in Cleveland are influencing driver behavior and promoting safe driving," said Barbara Langhenry, Director of Law. "But it is important to us that citizens who receive civil violation notices through the program have an avenue for appeal. Our ordinance provides for that process through the Photo Safety Division of the Municipal Clerk's Office."
Instructions for drivers:
- If you receive a violation notice through the traffic camera program and do not wish to appeal, follow the instructions on the notice of violation for making payment.
- If you were previously notified that your scheduled hearing had been delayed, you will receive notification of a new hearing date.
- If you had received a notice of a camera enforced violation and had a deadline for timely responding to the violation notice between January 23 and today, you may file an appeal within 21 calendar days of this announcement.
- All appeals will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.