The first of the cameras planned for various crossroads in the capital will go into action on 19 October on the Via Cristoforo Colombo, at the crossing with the Circonvallazione Ostiense. The cameras will photograph whoever passes when the lights are red, and the transgressor will then be punished with a hefty fine together with loss of licence points. It is planned that the system will be extended to other important crossings around the city, particularly on the Cristoforo Colombo, where there have been a number of fatal accidents in recent months caused by undisciplined motorists shooting the lights.
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