New speed limit signs, cameras to be installed in Cambridge

By CityNews Kitchener Staff

If you drive through Cambridge, you are going to start seeing some new speed enforcement tools popping up.

This includes rubber speed cushions, small, wide speed bumps, out on Ellis and Fisher Mills Roads.

Those are expected to be installed next month.

New 40 km/hr speed limit signs will also be installed on residential streets, 30 km/hr signs up through school zones.

The new speed limits were approved by council last year.

On top of the new signage, speed cameras will go up near four schools on Myers Road, Holiday Inn Drive, Saginaw Parkway and Avenue Road.

Those cameras will be on 24/7.

The city is also bringing back Radar Message Boards and ‘Tommy and Friends’ program signs that will run until October.

The Speed Management program was first introduced in 2019.

This year’s program will be discussed by council next week, with a budget of $50,000.

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