20 new red light cameras coming to Ottawa by end of 2017 - Ottawa - CBC News

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By Andrew Foote, CBC News Ottawa, October 3, 2016

The City of Ottawa is setting up 20 new red light cameras at high-collision intersections between now and the end of 2017, hoping to make roads safer and let police focus on other issues.

Monday's announcement was made near the intersection of Old Tenth Line Road and St. Joseph Boulevard in Orléans, where a new red light camera will be up and running in the next few days, said Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.

Four more cameras that snap pictures of vehicles that run red lights so they can be fined are going up by the end of this year at the following intersections:

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