More red light cameras coming for Philly

July 9, 2009 1:52:25 PM PDT
More drivers will need to be careful about blowing through traffic lights. TRAVEL LINKS:

The Philadelphia Parking Authority will put the cameras at Henry Avenue and Walnut Lane, Rising Sun and Adams Avenues, Aramingo and Castor Avenues, and Aramingo Avenue and York Street.

Work to install the cameras is slated to start this fall. Drivers in a traffic violation caught on the cameras will have 2-month grace period before violations will result in $100 fines.

Cameras are also coming to red lights around Philadelphia City Hall, along Broad Street at South Penn Square and John. F Kennedy Boulevard. Construction on those cameras is set to begin in the mid-to-late summer.

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