Arlington County, Virginia chooses ATS to run photo enforcement program

Scottsdale, AZ – American Traffic Solutions (ATS), which serves more than 120 cities in North America with red-light and speed camera programs, has been selected by Arlington County, VA to run that county’s photo enforcement program. Virginia becomes the 18th state served by ATS, which is the largest provider of photo traffic enforcement programs to America’s big cities including Washington D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, Houston, St. Louis, San Diego and Seattle.

“We are pleased to partner with ATS in this effort to make the streets of Arlington safer,” said Captain Paul Larson, the Project Manager for the Arlington County Police Department. “We’re confident the state-of-the-art technology the company offers and its strong customer service will help us make significant reductions in the number of preventable crashes and injuries caused by red-light runners in Arlington.”

Other communities in the metropolitan area served by ATS include Washington D.C. and eight Maryland communities including Anne Arundel County. ATS’ Northern Virginia operations will be supported from its Washington D.C. regional office.

“ATS is excited to serve the citizens of Virginia,” said James Tuton, President and CEO of ATS. “We look forward to helping Arlington County and other Old Dominion communities improve public safety by decreasing red-light running, crashes and injuries.”

About American Traffic Solutions, Inc.:
Headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ, American Traffic Solutions is a leading provider of technology and business solutions that support traffic safety and electronic toll collection programs worldwide. ATS is a private corporation, serving more than 100 municipalities and government agencies. ATS is the largest provider of photo traffic enforcement programs to America’s big cities, with contracts in New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., St. Louis, San Diego and Seattle; Houston, Fort Worth, Irving and Arlington, Texas; New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Glendale and Scottsdale, Arizona. ATS is also responsible for the supply and support of Canada’s largest digital red light camera and speed enforcement program in Calgary, Alberta.

June 5th, 2008|