New Traffic Cameras in Position; Warnings Possible

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CLEVELAND — New photo enforcement cameras, better known as “red light” or “traffic” cameras, have been installed in Cleveland.

Beginning Thursday, warnings may be issued to drivers who run red lights or speed in the area of the fixed units.

The cameras will become fully operational on Feb. 6, meaning you could get a ticket for violations made then or thereafter.

Cleveland announced the following new fixed camera locations:

  • Orange Avenue at East 30th Street
  • Kinsman Road at East 93rd Street
  • Pearl Road at Denison Avenue
  • Puritas Avenue at West 150th Street
  • St. Clair Avenue at East 55th Street

The city has 49 fixed camera sites and 15 portable sites.  The fixed cameras are constantly rolling and the footage may be reviewed if a crime occurs in their area.

7 comments

  • Kevin Liggitt

    CLEVELAND WHY ARE U BRE AS KING STATE LAW?????? LAST JUNE IT WAS PASSEDIN COLUMBUS THAT THESE CAMERAS ARE ILLEGA. GOOD LUCK ON COLLECTING MONEY!!!!!!!

  • ZapTheSheep

    The Ohio House passed the bill to ban cameras (except in school zones). However, the Ohio Senate has not moved on it since last year. A law suit just was rules against the Elmwood Village municipality for
    $1.7 million; it is going to appeals. There is another case against Toledo before the Ohio Supreme Court.

  • Vanita Barnes

    When I received my three mobile camera tickets between 9-27,9-28,9-29 I didn’t receive a warning lettter I received them all in mail and had to pay them by 11-7 . so upset had to pay

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