Fulton students and Alpharetta’s speed cameras start back Monday

ALPHARETTA — Classes begin for Fulton County Schools on Monday, August 8. In Alpharetta, that means speed zone cameras will be active around schools once again.

Alpharetta officials are reminding motorists that the city uses cameras to enforce speed limits in school zones and improve safety for students. 

Cameras are currently in place and will be enforcing speed limits around six schools.

     Alpharetta Elementary School
     6:35 AM – 7:55 AM and 2:05 PM – 3:05 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  35mph

     Alpharetta High School
     7:35 AM – 8:35 AM and 3:15 PM – 4:15 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  40mph

     Creek View Elementary School
     6:35 AM – 7:55 AM and 2:05 PM – 3:05 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  40mph

     Haynes Bridge Middle School
     8:10 AM – 9:10 AM and 3:50 PM – 4:50 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  45mph

     Manning Oaks Elementary School
     6:55 AM – 7:55 AM and 2:05 PM – 3:05 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  35mph

     Webb Bridge Middle School
     8:10 AM – 9:10 AM and 3:50 PM – 4:50 PM
     Speed Limit During Enforcement: 25mph
     Speed Limit Other Times:  40mph

Violations are issued in accordance with Georgia law, which allows for the use of automated speed detection devices in school zones from one hour prior to the start of the school day, until one hour after the end of the school day. This includes “the time in which instructional classes are taking place.”  The posted times regulate the strictness of the enforcement, as that is when children are actively coming and going from the school.


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