The City Council of Casselberry, Fla. finalized a contract with American Traffic Solutions (ATS) for the City’s red-light camera traffic safety program. There will be latest ultra-high resolution digital cameras at the designated intersections.
“ATS will help make Casselberry streets safer by modifying driver behavior to reduce the preventable crashes caused by red-light runners,” stated Casselberry Police Chief John Pavlis. “ATS’ depth of Florida experience, advanced technology and enforcement tools made them the perfect partner for Casselberry.”
ATS has been working for as many as 120 communities in 19 states with red-light and speed camera programs. ATS has been serving Apopka, Aventura, Brooksville, Coral Gables, Cutler Bay, Florida City, Key Biscayne, Miami Gardens, North Miami, Orange County, Palm Coast, Pembroke Pines, Port Richey, Satellite Beach, Sweetwater, Temple Terrace and Winter Springs. ATS also works for the Florida Turnpike Enterprise for ATS’ PlatePass cashless toll payment services for rental car companies and Florida toll roads.
Casselberry is at Seminole County, Fla., Two major roadways, U.S. Highway 17-92 and State Road 436, intersect, connecting the City of Casselberry with central Florida. The city is engaged in development along the U.S. Highway 17-92 corridor.
American Traffic Solutions (ATS) provides technology and business solutions for traffic safety and electronic toll collection programs across the world. PlatePass is an automated electronic toll payment service for Avis, Budget and Hertz customers for using high-speed, cashless electronic toll lanes. ATS is a private company serving several municipalities and government agencies.
ATS is the provider of photo traffic enforcement programs to America’s big cities. ATS also serves in Canada for digital red-light camera and speed enforcement program. ATS has headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz. Anamika Singh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anamika's articles, please visit her columnist page.