Grace period ends for red-light camera at Broad and Vine; next camera will be in Southwest Philly

    If you ran the red light this morning at Broad and Vine, you now have a ticket coming your way.

    The grace period had ended for the camera, and with it, the Philadelphia Parking Authority has announced the activation of another camera.

    Monday, cameras will go live at Lindbergh Boulevard and Island Avenue in Southwest Philly.


    “This intersection of Lindbergh and Island is a very busy one at the entrance to a huge commercial area,” PPA Executive Director Vince Fenerty said in a release. “The many shoppers that cross these streets will be better protected by the cameras, which help prevent red light running.”

    Drivers will have a 60-day grace period before a violation yields a $100 fine. That day is Feb. 3.

    Below is the map of the city’s red-light cameras.

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