Traffic cameras will officially be activated in Dayton next month, according to a press release issued by the city.
Red light and speed cameras at 5 major intersections could be turned on as early as Sunday, October 1. Cameras will be located on:
In a press release, city officials said violators will only receive warnings during the month of October. Come November, each violation will result in an $85 fine. Cameras will be active 24 hours a day.
This is the first time traffic cameras have operated in the city since 2015, when state regulations shuttered the program. A recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling overturned those restrictions.
Dayton officials say additional cameras may be activated in the future.