Cameras aimed at catching speeders in school zones will be activated today near two Spokane elementary schools, according to the Spokesman-Review.
The cameras are on Nevada Street near Longfellow Elementary and on Northwest Boulevard adjacent to Finch Elementary. A third camera, planned to be installed in the spring, will be near Stevens Elementary.
The cameras will only operate during school hours.There will be a grace period for those caught speeding on camera though- violators of the 20 mph speed limit will be mailed warnings until Jan. 4. After that, tickets will start at $214 and go up to $808, depending on the violation.