This red light camera captured the most red light runners in Spokane in July



Intersection of Sprague and Browne

SPOKANE, Wash – Drivers continue to take risks at red lights in Spokane. In July, these cameras caught nearly 2,500 offenders.

The Photo Red program sent out 2,481 tickets in July. This is against 1,778 the previous year. As of the previous July, however, stay-at-home orders were still in effect and fewer people were on the roads.

Browne and Sprague’s cameras captured most of the people driving at red lights. 453 tickets came from this intersection.

The next busiest intersection for red light tickets was Division and Sprague. 429 offenses were noted there.

297 drivers received violations at the intersection of Third and Freya. 285 people got tickets for passing red lights at Division and Francis.

In addition to speed cameras at red lights, speed cameras in school zones will turn on again next week when children return to school. These cameras track drivers near Lidgerwood, Audubon, Ridgeview and Willard elementary schools.

You can find out more about the location of the cameras, what they do and what happens if you are caught red-handed, you can visit this link.

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