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Alexandria police add two new red light cameras

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The Alexandria Police Department has commenced using two additional cameras as part of the Red Light Photo Safety Program. The system will work the same as it has the past three years; photo enforcement cameras will capture still images and video of red-light violators. A warning period is in effect through June 30, 2014. A warning notice will be issued to the vehicle’s registered owner for any violations. There will be no fines during this warning phase. Fines will be issued for all citations starting on July 1, 2014.

The new photo-enforcement cameras are located at two intersections:

• South Patrick Street and Gibbon Street (southbound lanes)
• Duke Street and South Walker Street (westbound lanes)

Cameras will operate 24-hours a day and capture images of every vehicle running the red-lights at those intersections. Warning signs alerting drivers to the red-light cameras have been installed prior to the warning period.

The Alexandria Police Department’s program is administered by Redflex Traffic Systems (http://www.redflex.com). Each violation will be reviewed and approved by the Alexandria Police Department prior to being issued.

Source: City of Alexandria

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