Pa511 is an initiative of the state Department of Transportation that provides a one-time fee of $50 to install traffic cameras in cities, counties, and school districts across the state.
The initiative is the first in the nation to use the money to pay for the installation of the cameras.
The state of Utah has installed 5,300 traffic cameras across the entire state.
This is the most in the country, and it’s expected to double in the next six years, according to a recent study by the Transportation Institute of Texas.
In the first quarter of 2019, Utah installed 1,000 cameras.
In Utah, Utah State Patrol troopers will be able to take drivers off the road for speeding violations.
The Pa511 program is the latest example of the Utah Legislature’s willingness to invest in its infrastructure.
The state has invested $40 million in its bridges, roads, and tunnels since the state’s inception.
In fiscal year 2019, the state spent $16.5 million on infrastructure.
That’s nearly a half-billion dollars in state investment.
The PA511 program will continue to grow.
The new cameras will be installed in areas of the Pa511 system that are currently covered by existing traffic cameras.
They will be connected to the cameras via satellite links.
For example, in Salt Lake City, the cameras will link to the camera system at the Salt Lake International Airport.
In St. George, they will connect to the system in the Utah County District Office.
The PA511 system also has other facilities such as traffic enforcement and parking meters.
For the Pa510 system, the program is expected to continue to expand.
The Pa511 funding will allow for the construction of approximately 6,600 new traffic cameras over the next four years.
The cameras are expected to cover 1.4 million square feet of land in the Pailla area.
The project has been a long time coming.
The Utah Legislature approved the Pa509 initiative in December 2019, and in April 2020, Gov.
Gary Herbert signed the PA511 legislation into law.
The new law also includes funding for new roadways and bridges, which will add to the Pa50 and PA50+ funding.
The bill also gives the Pa507 program, which is funded by the state highway department, $10 million to start construction on its first roadways.
The funds will be used to widen and widen roads and build bridges across the Pa505 and PA505+ corridor.
Construction is expected on Pa511 in the 2020s.