A new red-light camera program is in place in B-C.
The city says it’s part of a broader campaign to curb road rage.
It’s also a reminder to motorists to be careful.
CBC News is using a pseudonym to protect the privacy of the driver who’s the victim of a red light ticket.
The program began in June and is only now starting to roll out to all drivers.
The province says it hopes to have the new program up and running by August.
It will cost motorists $25 to get a ticket.
They’ll have a photo taken and will have to pay a $25 fine.
A red light will be issued to drivers who have a valid ticket and have been stopped at a red signal for more than one red light.
The fine will be $100.
B.A. students who work at the red light cameras will also be allowed to collect fines if they’ve stopped at the same red light multiple times in the past 24 hours.