Local Photo Enforcement Permits

Laws 2013, Chapter 75 (HB 2477) require ADOT to provide specific information on its website regarding local photo enforcement systems that are authorized to operate on state highways. This information will be posted by ADOT as it is provided by local governments. Arizona Revised Statutes 28-1206 also requires ADOT to determine if a locally operated, speed photo enforcement system on a state highway is necessary for public safety. This law requires ADOT to obtain the following information from the local authority requesting permission to operate a new speed photo enforcement system or renew an existing permit for one of these systems on a state highway: 1) current operational speed studies, including the average number of vehicles operating per day and the percentage of vehicles per day that violate the speed laws, and 2) reports of motor vehicle accidents.  The following sites are fixed photo-enforcement systems on state highways that are operated by local jurisdictions, as of July 15, 2015:

Local Operating Authority Highway or Route Camera Locations (Milepost) Photo Enforcement Permit Expiration
El Mirage
Local Contact: 623.972.8116
ADOT District: Phoenix
US 60 (Grand Avenue/Primrose) 145.02 4/1/16
Star Valley
Local Contact: 928.472.7752
ADOT District: Prescott
SR 260
SR 260
SR 260
SR 260
255.26 Eastbound
255.60 Westbound
255.84 Eastbound
256.16 Westbound
Local Contact: 520.791.4259
ADOT District: Tucson
SR 77 72.06 10/3/15

Photo Enforcement Studies
  • El Mirage (Feb. 2015)
  • Star Valley (June 2014)
  • Tucson (August 2014)
    Note: SR 77 photo enforcement is used to detect red-light running not for speed enforcement.