The intersection of South 56th and South Oakes streets in Tacoma is monitored by a red-light camera. It caught 1,333 violators in 2015, according to Tacoma Police.
The intersection of South 56th and South Oakes streets in Tacoma is monitored by a red-light camera. It caught 1,333 violators in 2015, according to Tacoma Police. Adam Lynn Staff writer
The intersection of South 56th and South Oakes streets in Tacoma is monitored by a red-light camera. It caught 1,333 violators in 2015, according to Tacoma Police. Adam Lynn Staff writer

Traffic Q&A: Where are the red-light cameras and who has to pay the ticket?

July 31, 2016 01:16 PM

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