Where Are The Speed Cameras In Albany, GA?

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After a series of research, meetings, and votes, the City of Albany decided to add speed cameras to its traffic enforcement efforts. But where are the speed cameras in Albany, GA? This article provides a comprehensive list and map view of where the speed cameras are and which way each one is pointed.

How does it work?

The collection of cameras are built and monitored by RedSpeed, a company that takes a revenue share of the citations issued by each municipality that uses their system. The revenue share in Albany is set at 35% to the company and 65% to the city.

Each camera outpost works by using a combination of speed monitoring equipment and video and photo cameras. If a camera determines that someone is traveling 10 miles per hour or more above the posted speed limit in an area, it will record pictures and video of the violating vehicle and its license plate. Each camera is designed to record the color, make, model, and license plate of a recorded vehicle.

After a violation is recorded, the system automatically determines the owner’s information based on the license plate. Then it sends a citation to them in the mail. Each citation can range in cost from $75 to $180.

Where are the speed cameras in Albany, GA?

Over the past couple of years, Albany authorities have approved and installed 17 active speed cameras across the city. There are another two in Dougherty County. The cameras are in posted school zones and most are located on popular city streets. These are in addition to and not affiliated with area traffic cameras by GDOT. Here is our comprehensive map and list of all the speed camera locations in Albany.

Here’s the street-by-street list

  • 908 Blaylock St Northbound
  • 1009 Blaylock St Southbound
  • 512 N Monroe St Northbound
  • 1603 Newton Rd Southbound
  • 1820 Newton Rd Northbound
  • 397 E Oakridge Dr Westbound
  • 402 E Oakridge Dr Eastbound
  • 1806 E Oglethorpe Blvd Westbound
  • 1806 E Oglethorpe Blvd Eastbound
  • 2032 N Slappy Blvd Northbound
  • 2207 N Slappy Blvd Southbound
  • 1420 West Oakridge Dr Eastbound
  • 1425 West Oakridge Dr Westbound
  • 128 N Westover Blvd Northbound
  • 205 N Westover Blvd Southbound
  • 2135 Whispering Pines Rd Westbound
  • 2302 Whispering Pines Rd Eastbound

There are two more speed camera locations on Gillionville Road just outside the city limits but still within Dougherty County.

  • 4507 Gillionville Rd Westbound
  • 4532 Gillionville Rd Eastbound

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Speed cameras in Albany school zones have bright signs warning drivers of the enforcement zone and the times it is in use.

Popularity of RedSpeed cameras

Albany is just one of many cities and municipalities across Georgia that uses RedSpeed camera systems for traffic enforcement. As of 2021, the same year Albany’s cameras were installed, at least 40 different Georgia cities and counties actively use RedSpeed cameras. Here is a state map showing those locations.

According to RedSpeed, their camera systems are active in several states across more than 120 different municipalities in the US. The Maryland-based company has been operating since 2006.

Albany locations and updates

We hope this article was helpful in helping you understand and locate where the speed cameras are in Albany, GA and how the overall system works. As the system is updated over time, we will also update our list and map for Albany. What do you think about the speed cameras in Albany? Let us know in the comments.

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