Suffolk lawmakers vote to double red-light cameras

June 6, 2012 6:45:41 AM PDT
On Long Island, Suffolk County legislators have approved a plan to double the number of red-light cameras.

The vote was unanimous, and it means Suffolk County drivers will find red-light cameras at 100 intersections.

Just which ones will get the new cameras is still undecided.

Budget analysts expect the county will collect about $6 million in additional revenue.

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