WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Caught on camera and paying the price. The Contact 5 Investigators have an inside look at which red light cameras have triggered the most fines in our area.
Whether you like them or not, police say red light cameras are here to stay in South Florida because they help save lives.
The Contact 5 Investigators discovered they're also costing drivers a lot of green.
Since 2009, cities and towns in Palm Beach County have collected more than $10,800,000 in red light camera tickets.
Over the past month, NewsChannel 5 discovered the top 3 intersections that are issuing the most violations.
1. Banyan and Australian in West Palm Beach. 7,531 citations, approximately $1,189,898.
2. EB Glades and St. Andrews in Boca Raton. 5,328 citations, $591,734.
3. S Federal and SE 23rd in Boynton Beach. 1,981 citations, $312,998.
More red light cameras will soon be installed in the cities of West Palm and Boynton Beach.
If your front tires cross over the white line on the ground during a red light, you will be issued a $158 citation in the red light camera intersections.
One person will win a three-year lease on a 2013 Honda Civic Lx Sedan automatic.
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