Do you know how painfully cheap it is to record on video a problematic street intersection 24-7 in this day and age?
Well the City & County doesn’t, that’s for sure.
Anyway, here’s your red light camera at Oak and Octavia – perhaps it will prove useful today.
Here’s another view, from back in the day:
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