Locations Chosen for Kingston Red Light Cameras, which will be operational in March 2022 – Kingston | The Canadian News

The City of Kingston has decided on seven locations to install its first red light cameras.

According to a city news release, the cameras will begin to be installed this fall at the following locations:

  • County Road 2 and Princess Mary Avenue / Craftsman Boulevard
  • Streets Division and Concession
  • John Counter and Sir John A. Macdonald boulevards
  • Johnson and Barrie streets
  • Perth and Unity Roads
  • Princess Street and Bayridge Drive
  • Princess Street and Centennial Drive

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Although installations begin this fall, the red light camera programs will not be operational until March 2022.

The fine for running a red light is $ 325 under the Ontario Highway Traffic Act. Running a red light at these specific locations will result in a ticket being issued to the registered owner of the vehicle.

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According to the city, tickets will only be issued when a vehicle fully enters an intersection marked with a red light. Drivers who cross the stop bar with a green or amber light, drivers who make a permitted turn with a red light, or drivers who stop at or just above the stop bar will not be fined.


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