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GATSO ROAD SAFETY

Worldwide road traffic crashes kill nearly 1.3 million people every year and injure or disable as many as 50 million more (World Health Organization 2009). It is GATSO’s mission to substantially contribute to reducing these dramatic figures. We are the industry leader in speed and red light enforcement. We deliver traffic enforcement solutions around the world, from design and manufacture, to installation and operation.

 


 

 

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DragonCam Demo for Ohio PDs

July 2016

Attention Ohio PDs. Interested in a free 2-day demo of the DragonCam handheld speed camera? Click below to learn more.

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Abington, PA realizes 30% reduction in crashes with GATSO

September 2016

Almost two years since the program’s implementation, red light camera violations, combined, have dropped 48% at Automated Red Light Enforcement (ARLE) intersections. Crashes have dropped 30% and crashes with injuries have dropped 29% overall.

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Budget cuts leave State Troopers undermanned on highways - speed cameras can fortify enforcement efforts

July 2016

Seven people were killed in motor vehicle accidents over the weekend, bringing the total number of traffic deaths to 170 people, the DOT reports.

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Cars are packing more horsepower - driving up fatalities on US roads

July 2016

A new IIHS study finds that high-horsepower vehicles are more likely to exceed the speed limit, particularly by 10 mph or more, and have higher mean speeds than vehicles with less powerful engines.

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Speed cameras yield long-term safety benefits

September 2015

A speed-camera program in a large community near Washington, D.C., has led to long-term changes in driver behavior and substantial reductions in deaths and injuries, a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows.

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Data shows speed cameras reduce crashes...

March 2015

In areas where cameras operated consistently from September to December, the WNYC analysis found a 3.9 percent decline in crashes compared with the previous year.

 

 

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Distracted Driving: How dangerous is it?

February 2014

A study published in early January in the New England Journal of Medicine confirmed what we’ve all suspected: Driving while distracted ups the chance of getting into an accident, especially for teens. How bad is it?

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Common Red Light Running Questions…Answered

February 2014


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What are the laws in your state?

Want to know more about the laws governing speed and red light cameras in your state?

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