New light cameras are to be installed in Los angeles at the following locations.
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By June 1:
• Wilshire / Whittier (east and westbound)
• Olympic / Doheny (east and westbound)
• Olympic / Roxbury (westbound)
• Olympic / Spalding (eastbound)
• Sunset / Hillcrest (east and westbound)
By June 15:
• Beverly Drive / Wilshire (northbound)
• Santa Monica / Crescent (east and westbound)
• Benedict Canyon / Sunset (north and southbound)
• Crescent / Sunset (northbound and southbound)
A red light camera is a type of traffic enforcement camera that captures an image of a vehicle which has entered an intersection in spite of the traffic signal indicating red. By automatically photographing vehicles that run red lights, the photo is evidence that assists authorities in their enforcement of traffic laws.
The camera is triggered when a vehicle enters the intersection by passing the stop-bar after the traffic signal has turned red.
Typically, a law enforcement official will review the photographic evidence and determine whether a violation occurred. A citation is then usually mailed to the owner of the vehicle found to be in violation of the law.
Sam Mollaei, Esq. from Mollaei Law can be reached @ (818) 925-0002 or by visiting http://www.mollaeilaw.com