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New red light cameras are scheduled to be activated in Colorado Springs on Friday

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Published: Sep. 24, 2020 at 8:41 PM MDT
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Police in Colorado Springs are continuing a proactive effort to discourage drivers from breaking traffic laws.

New red light cameras are scheduled to go live in the city on Friday at two intersections. A 30-day warning period will go into place on Friday before a $75 fine is implemented at the two new locations.

Intersections to go live September 25, 2020

· Austin Bluffs Parkway and North Academy Boulevard (westbound approach)

·East Platte Avenue and North Murray Boulevard (westbound approach and right turn lane)

Other intersections with red light cameras

·East Platte Avenue @ Chelton Road (eastbound approach)

·Briargate Boulevard @ Lexington Boulevard (westbound approach)

·North Academy Boulevard @ North Carefree Circle (northbound approach)

·North Academy Boulevard @ Dublin Boulevard (northbound approach)

·Lake Avenue @ East Cheyenne Mountain Boulevard (eastbound approach and left turn lane eastbound to northbound)

·Airport Road @ South Academy Boulevard (northbound approach and left turn lane from northbound to westbound)

·East Platte Avenue and North Union Boulevard (westbound approach and left turn lane)

·East Woodmen Road and Duryea Drive (eastbound approach)

Click here to read more on the “Red Light Safety Camera” program in Colorado Springs.

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