Photo radar could soon return in Ontario.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says new legislation would allow municipalities to introduce it on municipal roads, in school zones and community safety zones.
Wynne says too many people are being injured and killed by drivers who speed.
The photo radar would take pictures of the licence plates of drivers who are speeding.
The bill would also allow municipalities to create reduced-speed-limit zones and let them participate more easily in the red light camera program.
Photo radar was introduced by the NDP government in the 90’s but was scrapped by Premier Mike Harris after the PC’s won the 1995 election.