Riverside Puts The Brakes On Red-Light Cameras

RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) — Riverside’s City Council voted 5-2 Tuesday to pull the plug on its 18 red-light cameras.

The cameras, put up put up eight years ago, were supposed to reduce traffic collisions and bring in over $400,000 a year in ticket revenue.

But most years, the program was operating in the red.

The cameras will be turned off in 60 days.


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