Automated enforcement systems have reduced highway-rail crossing violations by 78 to 92 percent along two corridors in Los Angeles, California.
- A 92 percent reduction in violations was found in a seven month project at Compton Boulevard.
- A three month project at Alondra Boulevard resulted in a grade crossing violations reduction of 78 percent.
Institute of Transportation Engineers. Automated Enforcement in Transportation. ITE Report (Publication No. IR-100). Washington, DC: ITE, December 1999.
Photo Enforcement Proves Very Effective
Published By: The Urban Transportation Monitor
Source Date: 17 March 1995
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railroad crossings, HRI, Highway Rail Intersections, grade crossing closure, railroad crossing