Bellevue begins fining drivers caught by red-light cameras

The warning period is over. The City of Bellevue begins issuing $124 tickets to motorists who run red lights starting on Wednesday. Up until now, Bellevue has only issued warnings to drivers caught on camera.

For the past month, Bellevue has sent out 1,000 warnings to drivers who were caught running lights heading north and south on 148th Avenue Northeast at the Bel-Red Road intersection and southbound at the Main street intersection.

According to a report in The Seattle Times, Bellevue police officers review and confirm the pictures of the cars caught by the cameras before citations are issued.

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