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News Release
Citations Start Tomorrow at Photo Enforcement Intersection--SW Pacific Hwy & Hall Blvd (Photo) - 02/10/20

REMINDER: Starting tomorrow, Tuesday February 11th, citations will be issued for red light violations at the intersection of SW Hall Boulevard and Pacific Highway (99W) where photo traffic enforcement was recently installed. Today concludes the 30-day warning period at this intersection.  

Photo traffic enforcement generates high-resolution photos and videos of an incident that Tigard Police Officers will review to confirm that a red-light violation has occurred. Citations mailed to a motorist will include photos and a link to video footage for the recipient to review.

The citation amount for these violations is $265, a base fine set by the State of Oregon.

This is one of three intersections along Pacific Highway (99W) where the City of Tigard is installing camera enforcement equipment to make intersections safer for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. The other two intersections where photo traffic enforcement equipment has been installed:

  • SW Pacific Highway (99W) and 72nd Avenue—citations will be issued starting February 26th
  • SW Pacific Highway (99W) and Durham Road—30-day warning period likely to start February 21st

The equipment at these intersections has the capability to monitor speeding violations, which will be considered in the near future.

For more information on photo traffic enforcement, please visit:   https://www.tigard-or.gov/police/photo_traffic_enforcement.php

For questions about photo traffic enforcement, please email: AskTigardPolice@tigard-or.gov

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