Hmm dunno mrcd goes nuts from 1mile away because of that thing. Waterloo PD did announce traffic cameras at certain intersections and a dummy speed car that issues tickets.That doesn’t look like MultaRadar. Thanks for the photo!
My detection of MRCD in MD was actually in DC. I was going towards DC so I thought it was MD but someone said it was DC, on 495 I believe. Have to dig up my old posts to find it.Can anyone post map locations of MRCD in MD? I thought the mobile units on the 495 beltway in Prince Georges County were MRCD but my detector is not picking them up. I’d like confirmed locations to make sure my RD is working properly.
The DC one I had alerted to, was on the highway and the service road. Highway has barriers and a PSL of 50 so I'm not sure it's school zone related.Are there any locations in the US where mobile MRCD/MRCT cameras are used besides the school zone cameras in NYC?
AFAIK, almost all MultaRadar being used in the US is in the form of fixed speed cameras, which should be easily countered by an updatable GPS database (either built-in to a GPS enabled detector or via an app like Waze, Escort Live, POI-Factory/JBV1, etc). Are there any locations in the US currently where MRCD/MRCT detection ability is critical?
So where all are the MRCD and MRCT in use so far?
As far as I'm aware, here's the current list:
MRCD: Alberta, NYC, Maryland, & Washington D.C.
Is that about right? In Alberta, is it primarily Edmonton and Calgary or do other towns have them too? What about Texas? I've heard people mention it in use there, but I haven't seen any specific info confirming this.
I found one today.. It's on a RLC in Bel AIr, MD. Actually there's two on the same road, not 500 feet from each other.Can anyone post map locations of MRCD in MD? I thought the mobile units on the 495 beltway in Prince Georges County were MRCD but my detector is not picking them up. I’d like confirmed locations to make sure my RD is working properly.
Thats MRCT, same units that are in Chicago and NYC. Comes up as MRCD on the R and to detect it with the Pro M it's best with just MRCT Narrow and MR Filter High.
Oh good to know, thanks!! I just reviewed the original video I had of it, and there's a Redlight Traffic Photo Enforced sign on a post in the median, so are these MRCT units part of the RLC detection, or are they also speed on green machines too?Thats MRCT, same units that are in Chicago and NYC. Comes up as MRCD on the R and to detect it with the Pro M it's best with just MRCT Narrow and MR Filter High.
They're a bitch to detect when they're forward facing, and they can track all lanes of traffic going both directions.