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Lake Road Doesn’t Qualify For Enhanced Traffic Enforcement

A stretch of Lake Road in 2021. Source: Google Maps

Lake Road will not qualify for enhanced OPP enforcement despite protests from residents to return the alleged speeding hot spot back to its original speed limit. 

In a new report not yet released to the public, a remote Black Cat radar device installed on Lake Road during the last 10 days of October found 85 per cent of 26,030 vehicles scanned were driving 70 to 79 km/hour and “does not warrant enhanced enforcement.” 

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