New traffic cameras go online Monday in New Orleans, Louisiana

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Watch out for 11 new traffic cameras that are going online in New Orleans, Louisiana on Monday, March 12. The cameras will be going online in Uptown, Gentilly, New Orleans East, and Algiers.

There will be a higher threshold for issuing speeding tickets. Except during school zone times, drivers will have to be going at least 10 miles per hour over the posted speed limit to trigger the camera. Previously, the New Orleans traffic cameras would be triggered by a speed exceeding the speed limit by 6 miles per hour.

The following are the 11 new traffic camera locations in New Orleans, Louisiana:


– Eastbound Camp Street at International School of Louisiana

– Eastbound and westbound Freret Street at former Audubon Primary Academy

– Northbound and southbound Jackson Avenue at Sci Tech Academy

– Northbound and southbound Carrollton Avenue at KIPP Believe School

– Eastbound and westbound Prytania Street at Louise McGehee School

– Westbound Annunciation Street and Second Street at Clay Square Park


– Eastbound and westbound Dwyer Road at Miller McCoy Academy

– Eastbound and westbound Hammond Street at Resurrection of Our Lord School


– Eastbound and westbound Opelousas Avenue near Holy Name of Mary School

– Northbound and southbound Pace Boulevard at Murray Henderson Elementary


– Northbound and southbound Press Drive at Coghill Elementary

If you or anyone you know have received a traffic ticket in the Greater New Orleans, Louisiana region, call Harmon Smith & Vourvoulias today at 504-717-2093 for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys are available to provide you with the help you need to protect your driving record.

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By George Vourvoulias

George is a founding member and managing member of Harmon, Smith & Vourvoulias L.L.C., a New Orleans law firm. George concentrates his practice in maritime personal injury, construction litigation, personal injury, workers' compensation, medical malpractice, and DUI defense. George Vourvoulias's Google+ Profile

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