Gainesville Moves Forward With Red Light Cameras
Gainesville City Commissioners are moving forward with plans to place red light cameras at specific intersections but state lawmakers may put the brakes on the program. Last year the state of Florida gave local governments the green light to put up cameras to ticket red light runners. Now state lawmakers are considering repealing the bill. The City of Gainesville is moving forward and is developing a contract with one of three private companies to install and operate the cameras. The city commission will need to finalize the contract. The tickets will cost $158. The program will not cost the city any money and is not designed to become a source of revenue. Specific intersections will be chosen based on traffic data. Fred Murry, Assistant Gainesville City Manager, said he hopes the Gainesville cameras will be up by the end of the year.
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