Watch yourself in Northwest Philly. The Philadelphia Parking Authority will activate another red-light camera.
On Thursday the PPA announced it will activate its newest camera at the intersection of Stenton and Ogontz Avenues as Sunday night transitions into Monday morning.The site is where West Oak Lane, Mt. Airy and Germantown meet.
The cameras will go live at 12:01 a.m. Monday.
Red-light cameras monitor traffic and automatically photograph the license plates of vehicles that drive through an intersection after the stop light flicked red.
The first 45 days after installation is a grace period. Violators will receive warnings in the mail. The grace period ends at midnight on March 5th.
After the grace period, violators face a $100 fine.
With this installation, the total number of red-light cameras in the city rises to 115.
The current Red-Light Camera intersections include:
– Grant Avenue and Roosevelt Boulevard
– Red Lion Road and Roosevelt Boulevard
– Cottman Avenue and Roosevelt Boulevard
– 34th Street and Grays Ferry Avenue
– Broad Street and Oregon Avenue
– Broad Street and Hunting Park Avenue
– 58th and Walnut Streets
– Broad and Vine Streets
– Broad Street and South Penn Square
– Broad Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard
– Henry Avenue and Walnut Lane
– Rising Sun and Adams Avenues
– Aramingo Avenue and York Street
– Aramingo and Castor Avenues
– Lindbergh Boulevard and Island Avenue
– Welsh Road and Roosevelt Boulevard
– Southampton Road and Roosevelt Boulevard
– Mascher Street and Roosevelt Boulevard
-Levick Street and Roosevelt Boulevard
– Rhawn Street and Roosevelt Boulevard
– 9th Streets along the Boulevard
– Academy Road and Grant Avenue
– Woodhaven and Knights Roads
– Bustleton Avenue and Byberry Road
– Byberry and Worthington Roads
– Stenton and Ogontz Avenues
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