Three locations added for Knoxville red light cameras

Three locations added for Knoxville red light cameras

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Officials say the Kingston Pike location will begin a 30-day warning period Friday. Officials say the Kingston Pike location will begin a 30-day warning period Friday.

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Construction and testing of new red light cameras at three Knoxville intersections is nearly finished.

The new cameras are being placed at Kingston Pike and Montvue Road, Western Avenue at Ed Shouse Drive, and Parkside Drive at Lovell Road.

Officials say the Kingston Pike location will begin a 30-day warning period Friday. During that time, only warnings will be issued to drivers who run the red light.

The remaining two locations begin the warning period on March 31.

Red light cameras have been operational in the city since 2006.

The other locations of cameras are:

  • Alcoa Highway at Kingston Pike
  • Broadway at Adair Drive
  • Broadway at I-640
  • Cedar Bluff at I-40
  • Cedar Bluff at N. Peters Road
  • Chapman at Greene
  • Chapman at Moody Ave.
  • Chapman at Young High Pike
  • Clinton Highway at Merchants
  • Clinton Highway at Tillery
  • Henley at Cumberland
  • Henley at Main
  • Henley at Western Ave./Summit Hill
  • Kingston Pike at Morrell
  • Kingston Pike at Papermill
  • Lovell Road at I-40
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