LPR Program Expanded to 23 New Locations
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As part of a phased implementation strategy for a License Plate Recognition (LPR) Pilot Project in 2018, Addison installed 20 LPR readers at eight selected intersections and neighborhood entrances. At the completion of the pilot program, Council directed staff to expand the program throughout the community.
Staff contacted the three leading LPR vendors to evaluate their technologies for three months. At the end of the trial period, staff recommended remaining with our current provider, Vigilant Solutions, for the expansion of the LPR system. Council approved a $762,000 contract with Vigilant Solutions at its April 27 meeting.
The following are the 23 locations recommended by Addison Police Chief Paul Spencer for the expansion of the LPR network citywide. Vigilant will install a total of 60 LPR readers at these locations.
- Marsh Lane and Arapaho Road
- Marsh Lane and Belt Line Road
- Spring Valley Road and Vitruvian Way
- Ponte Avenue and Vitruvian Way
- Arapaho Road and Spectrum Drive
- Arapaho Road and Quorum Drive
- Inwood Road and Landmark Place
- Quorum Drive and Belt Line Road
- Quorum Drive and Airport Parkway
- Northbound Dallas Parkway Service Road by Wholefoods.
- Montfort Drive South
- Southbound Dallas Parkway Service Road by Addison Walk entrance
- Montfort Drive and Belt Line Road
- Apartment Complex Westgrove Drive and Sojourn Drive
- Business Avenue and Belt Line Road
- Town Center and Marsh Lane
- Commercial Drive and Belt Line Road
- Centurion Way and Midway Road
- Runyon Road and Belt Line Road
- Belt Line Road and Beltway Drive
- Arapaho South of Airport
- Quorum Drive and Dallas Parkway
- Lake Forest Drive entrance
The funding for this project is available in the 2012 Bond Fund balance. This project is anticipated to take six months to complete.