Colorado Springs, Colorado 2022-06-28 18:57:43 –
Colorado Springs — The City of Colorado Springs has added signal-ignoring cameras at four intersections as part of its Signal-Ignore Safety Camera Program.
The goal of the signal-ignoring camera program is to protect drivers, passengers, cyclists and pedestrians from signal-ignoring injuries and collisions. It is also part of the Colorado Springs Police Department’s efforts to reduce collisions in Colorado Springs and improve civilian safety.
The new intersection will be operational on July 1st, followed by a 30-day warning period. After the warning period, the offender will be fined $ 75.
An intersection that will be live on July 1st.
- Voyager Pkwy and Academy Blvd – (only when going north in the lane)
- Colorado Avenue and 31st Avenue – (East facing lane, right turn lane, left turn lane)
- Academy Blvd and Astrozon Blvd – (go south in the lane and turn left)
- Voyager Pkwy and Interquest Pkwy – (go south in the lane and turn right)
The 30-day warning period is from July 1st to July 31st. Drivers caught by cameras emitting red lights at new intersections will be mailed a written warning for the next 30 days during the warning period. Drivers entering the intersection after the camera officially goes live on August 1st and the lights turn red will receive a $ 75 quote (points will not be evaluated).
Current intersection with signal-ignoring camera:
- East Pratt Avenue and Shelton Road
- Briargate Boulevard and Lexington Drive
- North Academy Boulevard and North Carefree Circle
- North Academy Boulevard and Dublin Boulevard
- Lake Avenue and East Cheyenne Mountain
- Airport Road and South Academy Boulevard
- East Platform Avenue and North Union Boulevard
- Eastwood Men Road and Durier Drive
- Austin Bluffs and North Academy
- Pratt and North Murray
- Woodmen Road and Black Forest Road
- Burns Road and Tatbourg Bird
- Maisland and North Academy
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