Tallahassee, Florida --
The City of Tallahassee will activate three cameras at the Capital Circle NW / W. Tennessee Street intersection as part of the Red Light Camera Safety Program. On Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 12 a.m., a safety camera will begin monitoring the eastbound approach of W. Tennessee St. Later in the month, two additional cameras will be activated and focused on the westbound and northbound approaches.
Cameras are also being installed at the Apalachee Parkway / Magnolia Drive intersection and Apalachee Parkway / Capital Circle SE intersection. The exact dates of activation for cameras at both intersections will be announced once confirmed.
Currently monitored intersections include:
Tennessee Street/Monroe Street
Killearn Center Boulevard/Capital Circle NE
W. Tennessee Street/Ocala Road
Drivers who run red lights at monitored intersections will be mailed a Notice of Violation with a $158 fine.
For more information on the City's Red Light Camera Safety program and "Ready. Set. STOP" campaign, visit Talgov.com. To receive updates follow @COTTraffic on Twitter and/or sign up for the City's email subscription service to receive general news releases at Talgov.com.
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