What Schools in Shreveport Have Speed Cameras?
SHREVEPORT, LA - School is back in session in Caddo Parish and that means school zone speed limit enforcement is happening. In many school zones in Shreveport you will find cameras that record your speed and photos of your car. If you are speeding, you will get a ticket in the mail.
Who Runs This Program?
The city of Shreveport hired Blue Line Solutions a company based in Tennessee to install the cameras and run the program. This company has installed similar systems in several other cities. The tickets are automatically generated through digital technology which is connected to OMV information.
What Schools in Shreveport Have the Cameras?
This program was rolled out in 3 phases and is now in place at the following schools:
- Booker T Washington High School - Milam St.
- Caddo Magnet High School - Viking Ln.
- Caddo Career & Technology Center - Union Ave.
- Capt. Shreve High School - E. King's Hwy
- CE Byrd High School - Line Ave.
- Green Oaks High School - Thomas E Howard Dr.
- Huntington High School - Rasberry Lane
- Southwood High School - Walker Rd.
- Woodlawn High School - Wyngate Blvd.
- AMI Kids Middle School- Lakeshore Dr.& San Jacinto St.
- Ridgewood Middle School - Baird Rd.
- Youree Dr Middle School - Carroll St.
- AC Steere Elementary School - Ockley Dr.
- Atkins Elementary School - Vincent Ave.
- Caddo Heights Math/Science Elementary School - Linwood Ave. & Corbitt St.
- Claiborne Fundamental Elementary School - Claiborne Ave.
- Creswell Elementary school Creswell Ave.& Highlands Ave.
- Fairfield Elementary School Fairfield Ave.
- Forest Hill Elementary School - Baird Rd.
- Judson Elementary zschool- Jewella Ave.
- Linwood Elementary School - Linwood Ave.
- Queensborough Elementary School - Missouri Ave.
- Riverside Elementary School Dixie Garden Dr.
- Southern Hills Elementary School - Kingston Rd.
- Summerfield Elementary School - Ardis Taylor Dr.
- Sunset Acres Elementary School – Sunnybrook &W Canal Blvd.
- Westwood Elementary School - Jewella Ave.
- Calvary Baptist Academy - Linwood Ave.
If you get a ticket in the mail from Blue Line Solutions, you do have a right to appeal. That appeal goes through the company and there are hearing officers in Shreveport to handle the appeals. There is no cost to appeal your ticket.
Blue Line will also have staff in place at Shreveport Police Headquarters as soon as the space has been fixed up for use. They hope to have someone in place in the next month.
What Hours Are the Cameras Operating?
· Elementary public school camera enforcement will be from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. and from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
· Middle and K-8 public school zone camera enforcement will be from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. and from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
· Public high school camera enforcement will be from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. and from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Arceneaux hopes that some changes made earlier this year will help this program run more smoothly. The primary goal of this program is to keep our children safe.
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