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Some intersections throughout the city where red-light cameras are mounted have seen a sharp decrease in crashes since the program was initiated more than five years ago.
In Falls Church, drivers are cruising through red lights and getting citations. The city's two new cameras resulted in 309 citations in their first five weeks of operation.
If you've ever been nailed by a red light camera, you may be able to take comfort in this - apparently they're saving lives.
The regional traffic cameras many have touted with preventing auto accidents may soon be issuing tickets for violations other than just speeding or running red lights.
Red light cameras are having a dramatic impact when it comes to reducing the number of fatal crashes at intersections, says a new report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
A bill in the Virginia House of Delegates would stop the installation of any new red light cameras across the state.
Some new red light cameras along busy commuter routes in D.C. are about to start sending out fines.
Commuters beware. Three new red-light cameras are keeping a watchful electronic eye on traffic in D.C.
This camera tracks speeders and red light runners, and it can detect drivers who are tailgating, ignoring stop signs, not yielding for pedestrians, making illegal turns and crossing over the center line.
Tickets will be issued if you run the lights at Lynn Street and Lee Highway, Ft. Myer Drive and Lee Highway, North Glebe Road and Fairfax Drive and Washington Boulevard and Lee Highway.