As reported in the Miami Herald (Click the link immediately above): Drivers on U.S. 1 beware: The village of Pinecrest is going into the red-light camera business, but only along US1. There will be no Red Light Cameras installed within the center of the city.
The village’s plans call for issuing tickets starting this summer.
The village is testing red-light cameras at six intersections along U.S. 1. The village is collecting data at the Kendall Drive, Datran Drive, Southwest 98th Street, 104th Street, Killian Drive, and Chapman Field Drive intersections.
The village’s Transportation Advisory Board recommended the cameras last April. On Jan. 15, the village council voted 4-1 to give the green light to a new red-light camera pilot program.