But driver beware: tickets issued through the end of November will be enforced.
Last month, the
Officials were able to end the program sooner;
After the cameras are turned off, the city will take down the signs warning drivers of the camera enforcement. It's up to
Several other cities in the county -- including
Nationwide, the number of cities using the cameras has decreased from a peak of 533 in 2012 to 467 in 2015, according to the
Cities that take the cameras down typically give a number of reasons, including the right to privacy and financial concerns. Some say the cameras so effectively discouraged red-light runners that cities could no longer cover the systems' operating costs.
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