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22 More Interesections to Get Cams for Red Light Runners

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If you see the LA City Council around any of these intersections, may we suggest that you honk if you're horny. According to CBS2, they've got the green lightto put digital cams in 22 intersections and these 22 are on their radar.

-- Griffin Avenue and North Main Street
-- Beverly Boulevard and Western Avenue
-- Broadway and Vernon Avenue
-- Arlington Avenue and Venice Boulevard
-- Balboa Boulevard and Vanowen Street
-- Sepulveda and Victory boulevards
-- Martin Luther King Boulevard and Western Avenue
-- Anaheim and Alameda streets
-- Eagle Rock Boulevard and Verdugo Road
-- Grand Avenue and Venice Boulevard
-- Highland Avenue and Olympic Boulevard
-- Washington Boulevard and Western Avenue
-- Coldwater Canyon Avenue and Oxnard Street
-- Louise Avenue and Sherman Way
-- Figueroa Street and Manchester Avenue
-- Gage and Normandie avenues
-- Alvarado and Temple streets
-- Lorena Street and Whittier Boulevard
-- Bundy Drive and Pico Boulevard
-- Terra Bella Street and Woodman Avenue
-- Adams Boulevard and Flower Street
-- Alameda Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue

photo by Saucy Suze via flickr