Video Will Be Turned On At Brick Blvd. And Chambers Bridge Road

red light camCameras at Chambers Bridge Road and Brick Boulevard designed to catch people running red lights will be turned on at 12:01 a.m. Monday, township police announced. The cameras are the second set in the township. Cameras at Chambers Bridge Road and Route 70 were turned on earlier this year. During its 30-day probationary period, the first cameras caught nearly 1,100 motorists running red lights.

Anyone caught running a red light at Chambers Bridge Road and Brick Boulevard will get a warning mailed to their home. The warning period ends Sept. 1, after which anyone running a red light at the intersection will receive a summons that carries an $85 fine.

No driver’s license points will be associated with tickets issued based on photos.

Summonses will be issued only when the video shows that a motorist’s car completely passed the white stop line painted on the road after the light had turned red, police said. Full story in APP.

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