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625 ILCS 7/25

    (625 ILCS 7/25)
    Sec. 25. Limitations on the use of automated traffic enforcement systems.
    (a) The Illinois State Police must conduct a public information campaign to inform drivers about the use of automated traffic control systems in highway construction or maintenance zones before establishing any of those systems. The Illinois State Police shall adopt rules for implementing this subsection (a).
    (b) Signs indicating that speeds are enforced by automated traffic control systems must be clearly posted in the areas where the systems are in use.
    (c) Operation of automated traffic control systems is limited to areas where road construction or maintenance is occurring.
    (d) Photographs obtained in this manner may only be used as evidence in relation to a violation of Section 11-605.1 of the Illinois Vehicle Code for which the photograph is taken. The photographs are available only to the owner of the vehicle, the offender and the offender's attorney, the judiciary, the local State's Attorney, and law enforcement officials.
    (e) If the driver of the vehicle cannot be identified through the photograph, the owner is not liable for the fine, and the citation may not be counted against the driving record of the owner. If the driver can be identified, the driver is liable for the fine, and the violation is counted against his or her driving record.
(Source: P.A. 102-538, eff. 8-20-21.)