Red light camera at busy Oahu intersection to start issuing warnings

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Attention drivers!

Red-light cameras at a busy Honolulu intersection will begin issuing warnings Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation.

The cameras will be activated at McCully Street and Algaroba Street, making nine of the 10 intersections selected for the DOT’s two-year pilot program.

It comes 30 days before full enforcement with reference to violators.

Images of the alleged red light runners are being released before the Honolulu Police Department determines whether to issue a citation. The system captures license plates, not photos of drivers due to privacy concerns.

Those who run a red light will be fined up to $200.

Click here for status of all intersections which are part of the pilot program.

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