Automated Traffic Enforcement (ATE) Tickets Issued by Month

Mobile Automated Traffic Enforcement (MATE)

and

Intersection Safety Device Enforcement (ISD)

Terminology

The following is a list of words, phrases and acronyms that are used when explaining photo radar ticket information.
  • ATE - Automated Traffic Enforcement.  This would include intersection safety devices and mobile units (otherwise referred to as photo radar/photo LIDAR units).
  • MATE - Mobile Automated Traffic Enforcement.
  • ISD - Intersection Safety Device.
  • Site ID - Each specific location where Automated Traffic Enforcement takes place is assigned an ID.  If a location has different speed limits based on time of day or day of the week, a specific site ID will be assigned based on the speed limit enforced. (e.g. playgrounds or construction zones). 
  • Month End Date - Ticket data is released by operating Site ID for each month.  The last day of the month must be selected in the date range to obtain any data for that month.

Features of the MATE Tickets Issued (by month) Map

1.  The map has 2 layers: a Ticket Data layer and a Speed Limit layer.  By clicking on one layer or the other layer, it turns that layer on and off (see images).  This is important to clearly identify what you are looking at on the map.
Ticket Data Layer Features
  • Data are represented by coloured points.
  • The colour of the point represents the speed limit.
  • The size of the point reflects the total number of tickets issued.
  • Blue outlined white circles represents a clustering of data points.  Clicking on one would explode the individual points in the cluster, which will be sized and coloured.
  • Hovering or clicking on a coloured point, produces a fly out that displays ticket details for that site (e.g. the enforced speed limit).
Speed Limit Layer Features
  • Coloured legend showing the speed limit for the displayed enforcement zones.
  • Hovering or clicking on an enforcement zone, produces a fly out that displays the details for that zone (e.g. street/avenue and speed limit).
  • Streets/avenues that have the potential of having more than one speed limit (e.g. playground zones), may not display correctly as only one coloured enforcement zone can be shown geographically (the other zone would be hidden underneath).


2.  The map has a built in Month End Date filter.  Clicking in the Select... box, opens it up for you to choose a from and to date range. 
Note: Each month's of data is recorded as the very last date of the month.  The last day of the month must be selected in the date range to obtain any data for that month.
Month End Date Filter

3.  The map has a built in Enforced Speed Limit filter.  Clicking in the Select... box, opens it up for you to choose a filter option (as shown in the image to the right).
Once a filter option has been chosen, then you will be prompted to select a value or values.
Enforced Speed Limit Filter

Looking at Details for a Specific Site
4.  To see the total number of tickets issued at a specific site, follow these general steps:
a)  Zoom to the specific site in question
Note:  The size of the circles vary based on the total number of tickets issued for that site.


b)  If the specific site in question shows a white circle with a blue border, click on the circle.  Doing so, will expand into specific month details for that specific site.


c)  Click on one of the solid dots to see the tickets issued for that specific site.
Note:  The size of the dots vary based on the total number of tickets issued in the specified month for that site.

Mobile Automated Traffic Enforcement Tickets Issued (by month) Map


Mobile Automated Traffic Enforcement Tickets Issued (by month) Data


Features of the ISD Tickets Issued (by month) Map

1.  Unlike the MPE Tickets Issued map, the ISD map only has one layer of information.
Speed Limits Layer

2.  The map has a built in Month End Date filter.  Clicking in the Select... box, opens it up for you to choose a from and to date range.  
Note: Each month's of data is recorded as the very last date of the month. The last day of the month must be selected in the date range to obtain any data for that month.
Month End Date Filter

Looking at Details for a Specific Site
3.  To see the total number of tickets issued at a specific site, follow these general steps:
a)  Zoom to the specific site in question
Note:  The size of the circles vary based on the total number of tickets issued for that site.




b)  If the specific site in question shows a white circle with a blue border, click on the circle.  Doing so, will expand into specific month details for that specific site.







c)  Click on one of solid dots to see the tickets issued for that specific site.
Note:  The size of the dots vary based on the total number of tickets issued in the specified month for that site.

Intersection Safety Device Tickets Issued (by month) Map


Intersection Safety Device Tickets Issued (by month) Data