Calgary, AB,

December 2022 photo enforcement locations

In response to community needs identified through statistical analysis, collisions, and citizen concerns, mobile photo radar will be set up on Crowchild Trail, Glenmore Trail, Deerfoot Trail, Macleod Trail, Sarcee Trail and Stoney Trail.

For the month of December, photo radar will be focusing on the communities of Bridlewood, Capitol Hill, Castleridge, Cranston, Edgemont, Erin Woods, Falconridge, Forest Lawn, Harvest Hills, Hawkwood, Haysboro, Hidden Valley, Hillhurst, Huntington Hills, Legacy, McKenzie Lake, Midnapore, Sandstone, Sundance, Sunridge Industrial Park, Taradale, Thorncliffe, and Walden.

As well as photo radar, there are 58 Intersection Safety Camera (ISC) locations throughout the city. These cameras can photograph vehicles entering the intersections during all phases of the signal, including red light infractions.

These cameras continue to reduce collisions and foster a safer driving environment at our intersections.

The speed on green initiative uses up to 55 of these ISC locations to capture vehicles that speed through green and yellow lights. Speeding fines reflect how fast you are travelling over the limit. Speeds in excess of 50 km/hr over the speed limit result in an appearance before a judge.

These drivers not only put themselves in danger, but they also endanger the lives of others.

For a full list of Intersection Safety Camera locations, please visit

Photo enforcement vehicles

Effective Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022, motorists will now see previously unmarked photo radar vehicles across the city displaying new high-visibility decals reminding Calgarians to ‘drive safe’. The decals are meant to increase roadside vehicle visibility as part of changes that accompany a new Automated Enforcement Guideline implemented by the Government of Alberta. A key element to the success of any enforcement practice, including the use of photo radar technology, is public awareness and transparency.