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Glendale Starts Red Light Enforcement Program
Red Light cameras at Verdugo Road/Mountain Street and Colorado Street/Pacific Avenue went into operation today
In November 2006, we asked the city of Glendale, among many other cities, if they used cameras at intersections to catch red light runners. They said not yet.
Today, via Daily News, we find out that they went into operation today at two of the city's most dangerous intersections: Verdugo Road and Mountain Street and Colorado Street and Pacific Avenue.
The fine will be $380 and throughout March, all citations issues will be warnings in an effort of education about the placement of the devices.
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