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The Arizona Department of Transportation has posted a list of traffic camera locations across the state.
The list is the latest in a series of news releases issued since Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed the state’s first traffic camera bill last week.
The department also announced the installation of four traffic cameras.
The Arizona Department for Transportation (ADOT) is also announcing that the Arizona Department Of Public Safety (DPPS) will install five traffic cameras on public roads in the state this week.
DPPPS has installed five traffic camera in the Phoenix area.
“We have a great opportunity to increase our efficiency and safety while protecting public safety and public health,” said ADOT Director Ron Perna.
“I appreciate the support of our local communities and the support from our public safety partners.”
The Arizona Senate approved the state-wide cameras and the state House passed the legislation.
The House passed a bill on Tuesday that also includes $300 million in new funds to build and operate the cameras.