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Colorado Springs Police Department announces new working red light cameras

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Posted at 3:16 PM, Jun 28, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-28 17:16:18-04

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO — The City of Colorado Springs has added new red-light cameras at four intersections beginning July 1.

The new intersections will go live July 1st, 2022, with a 30-day warning period. Following the warning period a $75 fine will be implemented for violators.

Intersections to go live are listed below:

  • (NB) Voyager Pkwy and Academy Blvd- (Northbound through lanes only)
  • (EB) Colorado Ave and 31st Street- (Eastbound through lanes, the right turn lane, and the left turn lane)
  • (SB) Academy Blvd and Astrozon Blvd- (Southbound through lanes and the left turn lane)
  • (SB) Voyager Pkwy and Interquest Pkwy- (Southbound through lanes and the right turn lane)

The lights are part of the "Red-Light Safety Camera Program," a program aimed at protecting drivers, passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians from accidents caused by red-light running.

The program is also a component of CSPD's effort to reduce crashes and improve safety in Colorado Springs.

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