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Red LIght Cam Grace Period Ends

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Mark Martinez
    Red light cameras watch over intersections

    The warning period for running red lights has ended. Beginning March 26, anyone who ran a red light at the intersection of Mira Mesa Boulevard and Westview Parkway will get a citation in the mail.

    These citations are a minimum of $436.

    The new Red Light Photo Safety (RLPS) system was activated on February 24 and a 30-day warning period began for violators and ended Wednesday.

    The Red Light System uses cameras mounted on poles and sensors. After the light turns red, the camera activates and photographs the vehicle.

    Recently added RLPS intersections include: Mira Mesa Boulevard at Westview Parkway; Clairemont Mesa Boulevard at Convoy Street; Qualcomm Way at Camino del Rio North; and Cleveland Avenue at Washington Street.

    RLPS intersections currently in operation include: "A" Street at 10th Avenue; Garnet Avenue at Mission Bay Drive; Grape Street at North Harbor Drive; Aero Drive at Murphy Canyon Road; El Camino Real at Del Mar Heights Road; Mira Mesa Boulevard at Scranton; "F" Street at 10th Avenue; and Camino del Rio North at Mission Center Road.

    For more information about the RLPS program, visit the City of San Diegowebsite.