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Rochester getting new red light camera; see the full list

Rochester getting new red light camera; see the full list

Rochester is turning on a new red light camera, starting at 6 a.m. Friday. It's at the intersection of Mt. Hope and Elmwood avenues.

The city is planning to use cameras at up to 50 intersections to reduce accidents. The intersections are chosen based on crash data and video surveys.

Cameras are already live at 31 other intersections:
*       Alexander Street and University Avenue;
*       Court Street and Chestnut Streets;
*       East Main and North Goodman Streets;
*       Monroe Avenue and Alexander Street;
*       North Goodman Street and Clifford Avenue;
*       South Goodman Street and Interstate 490;
*       State Street and Allen Street;
*       West Avenue and Ames Street;
*       West Main Street and Brown/Genesee Streets;
*       691 St. Paul Street at the pedestrian crossing;
*       North Clinton Avenue and Andrews Street;
*       North Clinton Avenue and Norton Street;
*       North Street at Clifford Avenue; 
*       Broadway Street at Alexander Street;
*       State Street at Jay Street;
*       East Avenue and Culver Road;
*       Dewey Avenue and Ridgeway Avenue;
*       St. Paul Street and Upper Falls Boulevard;
*       Brown Street and Broad Street;
*       Lyell Avenue and Murray Street;
*       Maple Street and Saxton Street;
*       West Main Street and Broad/Ford Streets;
*       Ridge Road and Ridgway Avenue;
*       Lake Avenue and Ridge Road;
*       Norton Street and Hudson Avenue;
*       Lake Avenue and Ridgeway Avenue;
*       Lake Avenue and Driving Park Avenue;
*       West Ridge Road and Bonesteel Street;
*       Mt. Read Boulevard and Lyell Avenue;   
*       Mt. Read Boulevard and Driving Park Avenue;
*       Mt. Read Boulevard and Emerson Street.

 

 

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