Drivers in Denver may want to watch their speed around town. The city is adding more red light cameras and another photo radar van after the Denver City Council approved a contract with the city’s Traffic Enforcement Division.
Currently, red light cameras can be found at four different intersections in Denver.
“We’ve cut down violations by approximately 60 percent since we’ve had those, so we feel like it is beneficial,” explained Sonny Jackson, spokesman for the Denver Police Department.
A pending contract will expand this program. Denver police said they will be adding new red light cameras to two intersections, and moving an existing camera to a new intersection. That means drivers will soon find this technology at three intersections: Santa Fe and Alameda, 18th and Lincoln and 13th and Lincoln.