Chicago Speed Camera Map

Chicagomag.com has a handy map showing the locations of Chicago’s new speed cameras. They are like red light cameras but they photograph you and send you a ticket if you are going over the speed limit.

The following is information from the city of Chicago, a list of all of the speed camera locations, to complement the Dizzle Dozen first twelve speed cameras:

CDOT intends to install ASE cameras in the following zones by the end of the year (addresses are those of the parks and schools, not of the specific camera locations):

  • Abbott Park, 49 E. 95th St.
  • Bogan Tech High School, 3939 W. 79th St.
  • Burr Elementary School, 1621 W. Wabansia Ave.
  • Challenger Park, 1100 W. Irving Park Rd.
  • Chicago Agricultural High School, 3807 W. 111th St.
  • Christopher Elementary School, 5042 S. Artesian Ave.
  • Columbus Park, 500 S. Central Ave.
  • Curie High School, 4959 S. Archer Ave.
  • Douglas Park, 1401 S. Sacramento Ave.
  • Frances Xavier Warde School, 751 N. State St.
  • Gage Park, 2415 W. 55th St.
  • Garfield Park, 100 N. Central Park Dr.
  • Gompers Park, 4222 W. Foster Ave.
  • Hancock Elementary School, 4034 W. 56th St.
  • Harvard Elementary School, 7525 S. Harvard Ave.
  • Horan Park, 3035 W. Van Buren St.
  • Horner Park, 2741 W. Montrose Ave.
  • Humboldt Park, 1400 N. Humboldt Dr.
  • Icci Academy, 6435 W. Belmont Ave.
  • Jefferson Park, 4822 N. Long Ave.
  • Jones High School, 606 S. State St.
  • Lane Tech High School, 2501 W. Addison St.
  • Legion Park, 3100 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
  • Lorca Elementary School, 3231 N. Springfield Ave.
  • Major Taylor Park, 970 W. 115th St.
  • Marquette Park, 6734 S. Kedzie Ave.
  • McGuane Park, 2901 S. Poplar Ave.
  • McKinley Park, 2210 W. Pershing Rd.
  • Merrimac Park, 6343 W. Irving Park Rd.
  • Morgan Park High School, 1744 W. Pryor Ave.
  • Ogden Park, 429 N. Columbus Dr.
  • Orr High School, 730 N. Pulaski Rd.
  • Park 499, 3925 E. 104th St.
  • Parsons Park, 4701 W. Belmont Ave.
  • Pickard Elementary School, 2301 W. 21St Pl.
  • Portage Park, 4100 N. Long Ave.
  • Prosser Vocational High School, 2148 N. Long Ave.
  • Riis Park, 6100 W. Fullerton Ave.
  • Roberto Clemente High School, 1147 N. Western Ave.
  • Rosenblum Park, 2000 E. 75th St.
  • Sauganash Elementary School, 6040 N. Kilpatrick Ave.
  • Schaefer Park, 2415 N. Marshfield Ave.
  • Senn Park, 5887 N. Ridge Ave.
  • Sherman Park, 1307 W. 52nd St.
  • St. Genevieve School, 4854 W. Montana St.
  • St. Rita High School, 7740 S. Western Ave.
  • Union Park, 1501 W. Randolph St.
  • Warren Park, 6621 N. Western Ave.
  • Washington Park, 5531 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
  • Welles Park, 2333 W. Sunnyside Ave.

To ensure the accuracy and reliability of the automated speed enforcement cameras, each system will be thoroughly tested before being activated for enforcement. Each testing phase will precede the issuance of warnings by several weeks.

Only warnings will be issued for the first 30 days after cameras are activated in a safety zone.  The first time a vehicle owner is eligible to receive an enforceable violation, they will instead receive a warning.   Fines for violations are $35 for vehicles travelling 6-10 miles per hour over the posted speed limit while in a safety zone, and $100 for vehicles travelling 11 or more miles over the posted speed limit.

The Children’s Safety Zones are designated as within 1/8th of a mile from Chicago parks or schools. The speed cameras are only one part of the “toolbox” of pedestrian enhancements and vehicle-speed-reduction measures that the City uses in safety zones.

The City ordinance establishing the Children’s Safety Zone program substantially narrows the hours and locations of enforcement that are allowed under state law, and provides for the following:

The enforcement hours will be limited from 7 am to 7 pm in safety zones around schools on school days (Monday through Friday);7 am to 4 pm: 20 mph speed limit when children are present; 30 mph speed limit when no children are present4 pm to 7 pm: 30 mph speed limit

The enforcement hours around parks will be limited to only those hours parks are open (typically 6am to 11pm, 7 days a week) with a 30 mph speed limit

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