Posted at: 12/05/2012 4:01 PM
Updated at: 12/07/2012 12:54 PM
Two more red light cameras were activated in Rochester on Friday morning.
The newest cameras will be at the intersections of Alexander Street and University Avenue and Court Street and Chestnut Streets.
The cameras were activated at 6 a.m. and bring the total number of cameras to 31.
The city hopes to eventually be recording as many as 50 intersections.
Violators get tickets in the mail. The fine for running a red light is $50. The violation doesn't add any points to your license. You can contest the ticket.
Red Light Camera Intersections:
Alexander Street and University Avenue
Court Street and Chestnut Streets
Monroe Avenue and Alexander Street
Goodman Street and Clifford Avenue
Mt.Read Boulevard and Driving Park Avenue
Mt. Read Boulevard and Emerson Street
Goodman Street and Interstate 490
State Street and Allen Street
West Avenue and Ames Street
West Main Street and Brown/Genesee Streets
691 St Paul Street at the pedestrian crossing
North Clinton Avenue and Andrews Street
North Clinton Avenue and Norton Street
North Street at Clifford Avenue
Broadway Street at Alexander Street
State Street at Jay Street
East Avenue and Culver Road
Dewey Avenue and Ridgeway Avenue
St. Paul Street and Upper Falls Boulevard
Brown Street and Broad Street
Lyell Avenue and Murray Street
Maple Street and Saxton Street
West Main Street and Broad/Ford Streets
Ridge Road and Ridgway Avenue
Lake Avenue and Ridge Road
Norton Street and Hudson Avenue
Lake Avenue and Ridgeway Avenue
Lake Avenue and Driving Park Avenue
West Ridge Road and Bonesteel Street