DALLAS - The free pass is about to end. Monday, the City of Dallas starts issuing real tickets to people cameras catch running red lights.
"SafeLight, Dallas Stops on Red!" is the name of Dallas' red-light cameras program. Since it began December 8, 2006, more than 1,300 warnings have been issued.
The grace period ends January 15. That's when violators will start receiving real citations with real fines attached.
A first and second violation will cost $75.00.
The fine jumps to $150.00 for a third violation in a 12-month period.
Ten intersections are monitored, right now, including:
• Abrams Road & Forest Lane
• Camp Wisdom Road & Westmoreland Road
• Fitzhugh Avenue & Gaston Avenue
• Commerce Street & Central Expressway
• Miller Road & Plano Road
• Tyler Street &.Jefferson Boulevard
• Lemmon Avenue & Mockingbird Lane
• Marsh Lane & Frankford Road
• Beckley Avenue & Colorado Boulevard
• Ferguson Road & Gus Thomason Road
Fifty more intersections will be added by May 1.