CALIFORNIA, Md. (June 17, 2011)—Lanham-based Optotraffic has entered into a contract with the town of Chesapeake Beach, Calvert County, to provide a complete Automated Speed Enforcement (ASE) program which will operate in the Beach Elementary School Zone.
Chesapeake Beach is responding to a longstanding issue of speeding in the town, according to a press release issued by Optotraffic Thursday.
We selected Optotraffic because it is a well known Maryland Company, said James L. Parent Jr., Town Administrator, that uses an innovative technology, capable of enforcing in two directions simultaneously with only one piece of equipment.
First in Calvert County to employ ASE, the town of Chesapeake Beach joins 15 other jurisdictions that have selected Optotraffic to automate speed enforcement, according to Optotraffic.