COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — The additional red-light camera is a part of the City of Colorado Springs's Red-Light Safety Camera Program with the goal of protecting drivers and their passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians by decreasing red-light running.
The program is also an essential effort by the Colorado Springs Police Department to reduce crashes and improve safety.
The Red-Light camera goes live today with a 30-day warning period. Motorists captured running the red light will receive a written warning by mail. After September, violators will receive a $75 citation.
For more information about the Red Light Safety Camera Program and how it works, click here.
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