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New red light cameras ready to catch Tuscaloosa drivers Monday

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TUSCALOOSA, AL - Heads up Tuscaloosa drivers, five new red light cameras are up and ready to catch drivers starting Monday. 

The new cameras were installed back in December at intersections around town including I-359 and Skyland Boulevard, McFarland Boulevard and Skyland Boulevard, Mcfarland and 37th Street East. Starting Monday if you run a red light at any of those intersections police will mail the owner of the vehicle a warning citation. The warnings will be replaced with tickets next Monday, March 10th.

Tuscaloosa Police say the red light cameras installed back in the fall have helped with the number of traffic of violations. In December the camera at 15th Street and 6th Avenue East caught 262 drivers.

The ticket will cost you $110, and it is considered a civil fine.
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