The Bellevue City Council is considering posting photo and video cameras at key intersections and school zones to catch speeders and red-light runners. Before the Council decides whether to implement a one-year trial with the cameras, a public hearing is set for 8 p.m., Monday at City Hall.
The hearing offers residents and other stakeholders an opportunity to provide input on the proposal which, if approved, would allow the city to install camera and video equipment at approximately six intersections and several school speed zones in the city. The license plates of vehicles running red lights or speeding would be recorded and citations would be issued.
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