City of Jackson Signs New Red Light Contract
WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News Staff
JACKSON, Tenn.- Starting Wednesday, the newly installed red light cameras at two intersections along North Highland Avenue will start snapping pictures, but will only send out warnings for now.
The cameras were installed earlier this month at both Carriage House Drive and North Highland and Old Hickory Boulevard and North Highland.
Warnings will be sent out to red light runners for the first 30 days, which means the real citations will begin on December 29.
Each ticket will cost the owner of the car $50, but do not affect your driving record.