Past Newark red light investigations

Newark is expanding its citywide "Project Red Light" program. As of today, there will be a 30-day warning period for drivers who run red lights

NEWARK - Newark is expanding its citywide "Project Red Light" program. As of today, there will be a 30-day warning period for drivers who run red lights at a series of new intersections in the city. Drivers will receive warnings for the first 30 days that the cameras are up and be issued tickets after the month-long grace period.

Click the links below for more about the successes and failures of Newark's red light camera program.

Former Newark mayor caught by red light camerasKIYC's red light investigation gets resultsKane in Your Corner takes another look at red light camerasKane in Your Corner: Newark police say they are waiving ticketsMan receives red light camera ticket

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