This story was updated at 3:55 p.m. April 15.
If you’re driving through one of three intersections in Rockville with new red-light cameras, watch out.
Rockville police can begin issuing tickets for violators caught by the cameras as of Monday, after an initial grace period ended.
The new cameras are up at the intersections of North Washington Street and Middle Lane; Park Road and North Stonestreet Avenue; and Gaither Road and Redland Boulevard. Drivers can get a ticket from one of these cameras by running through a red light or by sliding through a right turn on red without making a complete stop.
Rockville currently has five red-light cameras operating within the city and is evaluating possible locations for two more, according to a city news release. A violation caught by one of the cameras will net the offending driver a $75 ticket.
For more information on Rockville’s red-light camera program, visit rockvillemd.gov/police/redlight.html.