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Where Windsor's speeding drivers get nabbed most often

Did you get a speeding ticket last year? You’re not alone. More than 4,000 drivers were ticketed for speeding in Windsor in 2015. Nearly half of those infractions occurred at 20 intersections and specific addresses.

More than 4,000 drivers ticketed in the city last year

Stacey Guthrie says many cars in her residential neighbourhood are going 70 KM/h. (Alex Brockman/CBC)

Did you get a speeding ticket last year? You're not alone.

More than 4,000 drivers were ticketed for speeding in Windsor in 2015. Nearly half of those infractions occurred at 20 intersections and specific addresses.

CBC mapped those locations below. Green icons represent 35-50 tickets at one location, yellow icons mark 57-124 tickets, and red icons mark 144-473 tickets. Click on the indicators to see the numbers for the last five years. 

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The map represents a portion of the 33,500 speeding tickets logged by Windsor police officers between 2010-2015.

​Though the numbers are decreasing — from 8,018 in 2010 to 4,231 in 2015 — officers still give out an average of six speeding tickets a day.

The bulk of tickets issued in 2015 come from two hot spots, where one in five of all speeders were caught.

More than 470 speeders were nabbed on Division Road near Leon's Furniture, while another 460 got dinged at the intersection of Dougall Avenue and Medina Street West.

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