BOYNTON BEACH — Time's up.
On April 15, cameras began snapping red-light runners at two intersections.
For the last month, violators have received warnings. That stops Sunday. Next time it'll cost 158 bucks.
The lights were set up at South Federal Highway at Southeast 23rd Avenue and at West Boynton Beach Boulevard/Northwest Second Avenue at North Congress Avenue.
In the first week, 168 warnings were issued, the police department said this week.
In a few weeks, cameras will go in at East Gateway Boulevard at North Congress Avenue and West Woolbright Road at South Congress Avenue.
Police will alert the public when those cameras go live.
Cameras operate 24 hours a day and capture still images and video of every vehicle flying through a red light.
Boynton commissioners approved the program in 2008.