RED LIGHT CAM ON SURVEILLANCE AT CHAOTIC BRYANT AVE-NORTH STREET INTERSECTION—5 OTHER INSTALLATIONS SCHEDULED THIS MONTH. LOOK SHARP! STOP SHORT!

HALLOWEEN SURPRISE: The colorful little sign is not an early holiday decoration–it’s the only warning you have not to run the chaotic Bryant Avenue and North Street intersection and get caught on camera with a red light violation. WPCNR noted this Saturday morning. Watch out at school dropoffs and on rush hours where everyone tries to beat this light.
Drivers approaching a green light will be saying their prayers as the red light camera (alongside the telephone pole) is watching you.

WPCNR TRAFFICA. By John F. Bailey, UPDATED NOVEMBER 3, 2019:

A Red Light Surveillance Camera has been installed at the troublesome intersection of North Street and Bryant Avenue, shown above.

It is one of 6 new installations scheduled according to the city to be in operation in November . Besides the Bryant and North Red Light Camera, such surveillance devices (that take a picture of motorists caught in the intersection when the light changes from yellow to red), other new locations are to be looked for at:

Hamilton Avenue and Cottage Place (in the downtown)

Mamaroneck Avenue and Ridgeway (in the southend)

Tarrytown Road at Central Avenue (a key intersection gateway at the County Center)

In October, the following locations were planned to be activated and now be live at this time:

Westchester Avenue at South Kensico Avenue (Westbound gateway to the city)

South Lex Avenue and Maple Avenue (popular cut through to Bryant Avenue

Eastbound Main Street at Bank Street

Westbound Martine Acenue at Mamaroneck Avenue

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