Red-light cameras are being upgraded at some of B.C. 's most "crash-prone" intersections to help identify vehicles speeding through intersections. The province said new technology for the Intersection Safety Cameras will identify and ticket the fastest vehicles in areas that see a high number of speed-related collisions. A statement by the Ministry of Public Safety said there's an average of 84 crashes at the selected intersections every year, with speed as a top factor. The Ministry of Public Safety said red-light cameras are more transparent than the old photo-radar program that ended in 2001.
Source: CBC News March 08, 2018 17:10 UTC