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News Release
Red Light Camera Replacement - 08/09/18

During February 2018, the City of Beaverton sent out a request for proposal (RFP) regarding the photo red light enforcement system which were installed at four major intersections within the city.  Three companies responded to the RFP, and after careful consideration, Conduent was chosen as Beaverton’s new vendor.

 

Conduent works in 31 countries around the world and in 18 different industry sectors.  Conduent headquarters are in Florham Park, New Jersey.  Conduent was chosen because they showed their ability to best meet our needs with high quality hardware, easy to manage software and ease of use to those who receive citations.  Here is a link to Conduent’s website: https://www.conduent.com/

 

The contract with Redflex, the old vendor, expired on June 30, 2018.  During the first few weeks of July, Redflex removed their camera equipment.  Since the removal of Redflex’s equipment, Conduent has been working to install their equipment using the existing infrastructure. 

 

On approximately August 14th, the photo red light enforcement equipment at SW Walker Rd/SW Cedar Hills Blvd will resume monitoring the intersection and issuing citations for those drivers who don’t stop at the red light.  The next intersections, Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy/SW Griffith Dr., SW Allen Blvd/SW Lombard Ave. and SW Scholls Ferry Rd/SW Hall Blvd will resume normal operation at intervals of approximately five days.  These four intersections were all previously photo red light enforcement intersections.        

 

Information about the Photo Red Light Enforcement program can be found here: https://beavertonpolice.org/204/Photo-Enforcement.

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