Automated speed enforcement (ASE) devices have been and are being used in many countries to supplement limited enforcement resources. Although these devices have been tried in the U.S., they have not met with great success. The objectives of this research were: to review how ASE devices have been used as part of an enforcement agency's strategy; to determine what results can be expected from using ASE devices; to identify what legal and political issues could prohibit the use of ASE devices; and to identify what operational problems are associated with using ASE devices.

  • Corporate Authors:

    Texas Transportation Institute

    Texas A&M University System, 1600 E Lamar Boulevard
    Arlington, TX  United States  76011

    Texas Department of Transportation

    Transportation Planning Division, P.O. Box 5051
    Austin, TX  United States  78763
  • Authors:
    • Sherrod, M G
    • Windbigler, J J
    • Brackett, R Q
  • Publication Date: 1991-11

Media Info

  • Features: References;
  • Pagination: 15 p.

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 00623579
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Report/Paper Numbers: TX-92/990-3, Res Rept 990-3, TTI: 2-9-90/1-990
  • Contract Numbers: Study 2-9-90/1-990
  • Created Date: Jul 31 1992 12:00AM