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(MGN Online)

CLEVELAND — Your warning period is over, drivers.

Cleveland’s new red light and speed on green photo enforcement cameras go into full effect Thursday.

They are placed at the following 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

 

It was possible for warnings to be issued at those sites since Jan. 23.

The new traffic cameras are among the city’s 49 fixed enforcement locations.  There are 15 portable cameras as well.

8 comments

    • Deborah

      I thought the same thing. Wasn’t that unconstitutional? And yet they are still at it! Hopefully the judge will throw it out once they go to court!

  • Bob

    The cameras themselves were not ruled unconstitutional, the old method for hearing their cases was. The court ruled that cases involving traffic cameras now have to be heard in Cleveland’s Municipal Court. So now, if you challenge a ticket received from a traffic camera, you must now have your case heard there. Not sure if the city has made arrangements for this to happen yet.

  • Dinomax

    I don’t think they found the cameras themselves to be unconstitutional, I think it was the appeals process that the city used?

  • Jimmy Crack Corn

    Don’t pay the ticket, it’s Civil and not criminal there’s nothing they can do. These are not even pointable offences, so your insurance and DL are not affected………….

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