KENT, Wash. - The city of Kent began issuing tickets Tuesday at its three new red light cameras installed at high-collision intersections.
Violators started receiving written warnings in the mail as enforcement started on July 13. That warning period will end.
Violators who are caught will receive a $136 ticket. It will count as a civil penalty.
The city reviewed collision data over the last five years to select the intersections and divided its response into two stages.
The phase one cameras are located at:
Central Avenue North and East Smith Street
Central Avenue North and East James Street
Kent Des Moines Road and Pacific Highway South
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