Red-light cameras kick off in Va.
Say cheese! Four new red-light cameras were scheduled to begin snapping images at intersections in Arlington early Monday morning.
The cameras have been installed at eastbound Lee Highway and North Lynn Street; southbound Fort Myer Drive and westbound Lee Highway; westbound Lee Highway at Washington Boulevard; and northbound Glebe Road at Fairfax Drive.
For the first 30 days, motorists running a red light will get a warning rather than a citation, officials said. After that, the fine will be $50.
-- Mike McPhate
| June 21, 2010; 5:33 AM ET
Categories: Traffic and Transportation, Virginia | Tags: arlington, traffic
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