Attention, violators: Jersey City adds a sixth red-light camera
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SIGN OF THE TIMES – Red-light cameras are popping up at intersections nationwide. Signs like this one in Springfield, Ohio warn potential violators.
SIGN OF THE TIMES – Red-light cameras are popping up at intersections nationwide. Signs like this one in Springfield, Ohio warn potential violators.
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JERSEY CITY AND BEYOND -- The Jersey City Police Department officials announced late on Friday that a sixth red light camera was to begin its trial phase at 12:01 a.m. (midnight) on Saturday, March 10, 2012 for the westbound approach at the intersection of Sip Avenue and Routes 1 & 9/440.

The camera, which is part of a New Jersey Department of Transportation program, will take video and photos of red-light violators.

The trial phase or “warning period” will last until 11:59 p.m. on April 9, 2012. During the warning period, violators will receive a written warning in the mail. After that, motorists cited for running the red light will receive an $85 citation.

By this past December, the existing cameras had already resulted in more than 3,000 tickets, according to a newspaper report.

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