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Jdem

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Ya where I live in Delta, we have the local popo Twitter traffic page pretty active with tweets. The cover photo I beleive is showing a DE gun :mad:
I see DragonEye all the time, all over the place in the lower mainland. Scary
 

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Didn't know Calgary had motorcycle cops till today. Saw him with a customer on Deerfoot Southbound close to about the Anderson Interchange.
 

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British Columbia
RD's are NOT illegal
Jammers are NOT illegal



Fixed Red Light Camera's (which also do speed) - no ** British columbia - has red light camera's for failing not to yield but do not take speed Locations of ALL red light cameras (thankyou bg604)
Fixed Speed Camera's - unknown
Laser/Lidar - yes
K-Band - yes, noted use in Nelson BC & surrounding areas (along the Crowsnest highway - Southern BC), no I/O k noted
Ka-Band - yes, 35.491 & 34.707
X-band - no
Ku-band - Not in Canada (applies to all provinces)
POP - no
Q / T - none reported
I / O - Yes, mix of I/O & C/O, mountainous terrain makes it hard to determine as you could just be losing signal due to terrain/elevation changes
TSR - no
Camera Radar - no
Camera Laser/Lidar - unknown
Aerial speed checks - unknown
Point to Point Camera - unknown
ALPR - yes

Frequencies Used (reported) : 35.491 & 34.707




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High enforcement zone between Hope and Bridal Falls on the Trans Canada, lots of lidar from overpasses and the center median in this area.
Please enter fixed speed cameras now in operation in BC.
I can confirm BC has K band throughout the Interior. Prince George I just got my first K RCMP in a new Yukon. 24.168.
K throughout Cariboo, Okanagan and Kootenay regions.
Confirmed all 3 Ka 33.8, 34.7, 35.5 used.
All radar within K narrow and Ka 2,5,8.
All though I still seg 2,4,5,6,8 to avoid having to adjust when travelling other places.
 

Delaney

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While we are updating things. Saskatchewan has photo speed enforcement. Of particular interest to most of us would be the camera on the Trans Canada at an "Important Intersection" and 80 zone at Moose Jaw. Same goes for the camera at the southeast corner of the Regina ring road, a 100 zone. Both are marked on VVaze.

 

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Video evidence that segment 6 is required in BC now.
 

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The funniest I’ve ever seen was downtown Calgary beside the river ( north side of the river) they were trying to get with an Explorer on a trail to stop a bicycle! 😂
 

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