Red-light camera installed at busy Center City intersection

    New at Broad and Vine streets, as of midnight, is a red-light camera. The fifth installment on Broad Street, the camera will begin like all others have with a warning period.

    Running the light in the next 60 days will get you a warning; after Dec. 2, expect a $100 fine if the camera captures you.

     

    The Philadelphia Parking Authority began its Red Light Camera Program in 2005, and the first cameras were installed in the Northeast at the Cottman Avenue, Grant Avenue and Red Lion road intersections of Roosevelt Boulevard.

    Other PPA red-light cameras include: 34th Street and Grays Ferry Avenue; Broad Street and Oregon Avenue; Broad Street and Hunting Park Avenue; 58th and Walnut Streets; Broad Street and South Penn Square; Broad Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard around City Hall; Henry Avenue and Walnut Lane; and Rising Sun and Adams Avenues; Welsh, Southampton, Mascher, Levick, Rhawn and Ninth Streets along the Boulevard; and Aramingo Avenue at York Street and Castor Avenue.

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