Police are set to begin issuing tickets for violations caught at a new red light camera in Rockville.
The camera went up in late July, but did not begin issuing warnings and citations until Monday.
The 10th city-operated camera is at the intersection of Wootton Parkway and Preserve Parkway. Drivers can receive tickets when they run a red light or make a right turn on red, where permitted, without first coming to a complete stop.
Tickets issued for violations caught by the camera are $75. Camera flashes do not always mean that a violation has occurred, according to a city news release.
The City of Rockville now operates 10 red light cameras:
• one on North Washington Street at Beall Avenue,
• one on West Gude Drive at Gaither Road,
• two on West Gude Drive at Research Boulevard,
• two on Seven Locks Road at Fortune Terrace,
• one on North Washington Street at Middle Lane,
• one on Park Road at North Stonestreet Avenue,
• one on Gaither Road at Redland Boulevard and
• the newest camera on Wootton Parkway at Preserve Parkway.